An Architect Built a 16,700-Square-Foot Museum That Happens to Be a Home

An Architect Built a 16,700-Square-Foot Museum That Happens to Be a Home

By Kelly Dawson
This is how an art enthusiast convinced Arturo Grimaldi and Leonardo Nacht to create a private gallery that doubles as a residence.

There’s a certain calm to museums—a sort of expansive peacefulness that’s become increasingly difficult to find in a world that seems to thrive on noise. When a friend of Arturo Grimaldi’s approached Grimaldi–Nacht Arquitectos seeking to build a new home, this was the feeling he wanted to recreate.

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