KIMBELL ART MUSEUM | Renzo Piano's highly anticipated expansion of Louis I. Kahn's Kimbell Art Museum is an expression of simplicity at work.  The light, colonnaded, post-and-beam pavilion stands some 65 yards to the west of Kahn's solid, vaulted museum, graciously acknowledging the 1972 landmark by mirroring its three bays, colonnades, elevation, emphasis on natural light, and use of concrete as a primary material.  

Through Anne Edgar Associates, I was humbled with an opportunity to assist on international and national public relations for this monumental project.