As I previously established in my marveling of the new Charlotte Hornets honeycomb floor, I pretty much like all things honeycomb.
This also includes Honeycomb the cereal, honeycombs themselves, and now, L.A.’s new contemporary art museum The Broad opening this fall.
Today, The Broad unveiled its honeycomb “veil” (see what I did there?) removing the last of its scaffolding for onlookers to experience its white exterior form in full. Architects, Diller Scofidio + Renfro and The Broad created a magnificent, eye-catching piece that stands next to Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall in DTLA. Gawk at the details and timelapse video with me below and find out more about the upcoming 120,000 sq. foot gallery space, The Broad, via ArchDaily here.