Guy Nordenson and Associates  was responsible for the preliminary design of the structure as well as the detailed design of the glass wall structures facing the garden and the stairs and other exposed structures. The main structure is steel, with column bays 26ft by 64ft, and includes an office tower. One important feature is the use of an outrigger truss linked to the core wind bracing to transfer a hung column over the second floor contemporary art gallery, allowing for a full 200ft by 54ft column free space. The glass wall structure is made of 2-1/2in by 7in solid steel mullions spanning 60ft and stabilized elastically.
       
     
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Guy Nordenson - MoMA Guard Rail (Dieter Janssen) 01.jpg
       
     
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   Guy Nordenson and Associates  was responsible for the preliminary design of the structure as well as the detailed design of the glass wall structures facing the garden and the stairs and other exposed structures. The main structure is steel, with column bays 26ft by 64ft, and includes an office tower. One important feature is the use of an outrigger truss linked to the core wind bracing to transfer a hung column over the second floor contemporary art gallery, allowing for a full 200ft by 54ft column free space. The glass wall structure is made of 2-1/2in by 7in solid steel mullions spanning 60ft and stabilized elastically.
       
     

Guy Nordenson and Associates was responsible for the preliminary design of the structure as well as the detailed design of the glass wall structures facing the garden and the stairs and other exposed structures. The main structure is steel, with column bays 26ft by 64ft, and includes an office tower. One important feature is the use of an outrigger truss linked to the core wind bracing to transfer a hung column over the second floor contemporary art gallery, allowing for a full 200ft by 54ft column free space. The glass wall structure is made of 2-1/2in by 7in solid steel mullions spanning 60ft and stabilized elastically.

GNA - MoMA Curtain Wall 01.jpg
       
     
MoMA Stairs 01.jpg
       
     
MoMA Curtainwalls & Handrails 043a (2016).jpg
       
     
MoMA (2).jpg
       
     
MoMA Curtainwalls & Handrails 038 (2016).jpg
       
     
moma_curtainwall-06.jpg
       
     
moma_curtainwall-05.jpg
       
     
GNA MoMA02.jpg
       
     
moma_curtainwall-02.jpg
       
     
Guy Nordenson - MoMA Guard Rail (Dieter Janssen) 01.jpg
       
     
MoMA Curtainwalls & Handrails 041a (2016).jpg
       
     
GNA - MoMA Handrail 01.jpg
       
     
GNA - MoMA Handrail 03.jpg
       
     
MoMA Curtainwalls & Handrails 030a (2016).jpg