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CAPE ANN MUSEUM
MASTER PLAN AND EXPANSION
Gloucester, MA

 

 

The Museum retained Graham Gund Architects, with James Cullion as Designer and Project Architect, in 1990 to link a newly acquired telephone office building to the Museum’s 4 existing structures. The master plan provides the Museum with one new entrance and centrally located circulation spine that off of which a visitor can access all new and existing exhibition galleries. The new addition provided the vertical connection necessary to link the 7 different floor levels and provide the facility with handicapped access.

The project was constructed in 3 phases to allow the Museum to remain in operation during renovation.

The Cape Ann Historical Association hired James Cullion Architects to complete the 4th and final phase, the 20th Century Art Gallery, of their 1990 Graham Gund Master Plan. For this project, James Cullion was Associate in Charge and Project Architect at Graham Gund Architects.