The renovation and expansion of a historic museum
Skagens Museum in Denmark is currently undergoing a major revamp. Designed and planned by Danish architectural practice Friis & Moltke Architects, the project includes the restoration of the old museum building, dating from 1928, and designing and building a new extension that will provide extra room for both exhibition areas and storage. In addition, work on the historic Skagen Museum will also extends the original Plesner building in line with the original drawings designed by the late architect Ulrik Plesner.
The article was published on www.danish.tm, november 2015.
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