The Cleveland Museum of Art featured in Travel + Leisure 

Travel + Leisure recently named The Cleveland Museum of Art as one the major reasons to visit this rust belt city with a strong history of cultural institutions.

Rafael Viñoly Architects restored the Museum’s original 1916 Greek Revival building to its intended prominence in a composition that connects it to and celebrates an addition by Marcel Breuer (1973) through two new gallery wings that resolve the Museum’s circulation and enclose a new, light-filled central piazza.

Read the story here.