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The Cleveland Museum of Art, one of the country's largest and most important art institutions, was built in 1916 by local architects Hubbell & Benes as a grand Greek revival pavilion, situated at the head of a pastoral park and lagoon landscape designed by the Olmsted Brothers. However, subsequent additions--including a noteworthy education wing by modern architect Marcel Breuer--obscured the rational plan of the original structure with a disjointed, confusing warren of spaces. In 2001,...
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