The Hispanic Society Museum & Library Announces Architects to Lead Revitalization

September 06, 2019

“Beyer Blinder Belle is thrilled to be involved with the revitalization of the Hispanic Society of America, truly one of New York’s hidden architectural masterpieces.”

Richard W. Southwick, FAIA, Partner and Director of Historic Preservation

From the The Hispanic Society Museum & Library Press Release:

The Hispanic Society Museum & Library announces the architects selected to develop a detailed architectural plan that will help shape the future of the institution. The team selected to lead the project are Selldorf Architects as design architects, Beyer Blinder Belle Architects as executive architects, and Reed Hilderbrand Landscape Architecture as landscape architects.

Read the complete release here.

Recent press coverage:

The Wall Street Journal, Hispanic Society Museum Prepares for Major Overhaul, By Charles Passy