An Unlikely Eden in South Dakota

Concurrent with the loan of what may be the oldest cello in the world to the Metropolitan Museum in New York, a nice article has appeared in the Times about our client, The National Music Museum, located in Vermillion, South Dakota. They note that the NMM houses “one of the largest and most important collections of historical instruments in the world,” and feature our design for new gallery space, offices, storage, conservation lab, and a recital hall.

Here’s a link to the Times:

Schwartz Silver Architects