Nancy and Rich Kinder Building in Houston

Architect
Steven Holl Architects
Kendall Heaton Associates
Project Manager
Legends
Construction Management
McCarthy Building Companies
Structural Engineer
Guy Nordenson & Associates
Cardno
Building Services
Icor Consulting Engineers
Climate Technology (Heating / Air Conditioning / Ventilation)
Transsolar
Lighting
L’Observatoire International
Facade
Knippers Helbig
Gartner
Guardian
© Iwan Baan
© Richard Barnes, Courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
© Peter Molick
© Richard Barnes, Courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
© Richard Barnes, Courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
© Richard Barnes, Courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
© Peter Molick
Enclosed within vertical rows of satin-finished semicircular glass strips, the newly built Nancy and Rich Kinder complex is the third exhibition building to be erected on the campus of the Museum of Fine Arts in the Texan metropolis of Houston. It follows a steel-and-glass volume by Mies van der Rohe and a powerful structure clad in ashlar masonry by Rafael Moneo. Located in the immediate vicinity are also the Cullen Sculpture Garden and the Glassell School of Art, which Steven Holl Architects designed in 2018.