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Publication Date: 2014-02-01


​Subtle Hand: Annabelle Seldorf

Architect Annabelle Selldorf masters the art of restraint.

Photography: Michael Weschler

In architecture, sometimes the lightest touch has the biggest impact. That proposition might sound ludicrous in light of the dramatic, eye-catching new buildings that are going up around the world all the time, but it seems more reasonable after a visit to the Neue Galerie for German and Austrian art and design in New York. Architect Annabelle Selldorf took the venerable old bones of a 1914 Carrère and Hastings Beaux Arts beauty and rejuvenated it as a surprisingly modern venue for showing art, without losing its original character. - By Ted Loos

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