MVRDV’s mirrored “salad bowl” art depot gets green light in Rotterdam
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Art depots, which store artworks not on display, are typically tucked away from the public’s eye. However, the city of Rotterdam wanted to build a publicly accessible depot that would show off parts of the collection not on view and educate visitors on the logistics of art, including how pieces are restored and handled. Forty percent of the building’s 14,000 square meter footprint will be open to the public, with the remainder used for offices, storage, and private rooms where owners of private...