The design, a comprehensive remodel and significant expansion, brings an aging institution into the present. The architecture prepares the visitor by, among other ways, reinforcing a cadence that is conducive to viewing art. A new entry arcade knits together additions and existing architecture with public spaces, which include a new café, curatorial wing and sculpture garden, and brings the life of the building to the street edge. Natural light slips into the building in strategic places to intuitively guide the visitor through the museum. The result is a jewel-box of a museum that celebrates the museum experience as well as the art.