Anchorage Museum Common at Rasmuson Center
The landscape of the Anchorage Museum is designed to both inspire and accommodate art. The concept for the Museum’s Common emerged from the natural history of Alaska’s Southcentral Region, recalling the expansive mudflats and deciduous birch forests around Anchorage. The building reflects the landscape, strengthening the relationship between inside and out.
For more information, see the Anchorage Museum Expansion page.
- 2008 ASLA Washington Merit Award