Made exclusively for the Milwaukee Art Museum, this scarf is based on an original design inspired by the architecture of the Quadracci Pavilion by in-house designer Sierra Korthof.
Santiago Calatrava's architectural vision for the expansion of the Milwaukee Art Museum was conceived in harmony with the surrounding landscape. The great glass prow of Windhover Hall, the building's ninety foot high transparent gathering place, reaches toward the undulating waves and ever-changing skyline of Lake Michigan. The Burke Brise Soleil, a moving sunshade that raises and lowers over the grand entrance hall, spreads its louvered wings like a bird in flight. The gleaming modern structure is physically connected to Milwaukee's historic downtown with the Reiman Bridge, an elegantly cabled pedestrian walkway.
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