Cooper-Hewitt Museum Gets $5 Million for Renovation

October 4th, 2013

Cooper HewittThe Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York has received another $5 million allocation from the city to add to its fundraising target of $79 million for new renovations.  The project will expand the building and its surrounding gardens.  “The renovation will make design accessible to museumgoers with expanded gallery space, the restoration and preservation of historic rooms, innovative landscape design,” says cultural affairs commissioner Kate D. Levin.Read more at New York Times