Los Angeles’s Architecture and Design Museum, most commonly known as A+D Museum, will reject its material form and relocate online forever.
Like thousands of other venues, A+D was forced to close for visitors and transfer the exhibitions into the remote Internet mode after the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Now the lockdown measures are slowly being lifted all over the world, but this particular museum is realizing that the exclusively online presence works for it just fine. It will shut down it’s building in the LA’s Arts District starting July 1st.
While the A+D exhibitions will be available via its official site globally, the museum representatives promise to still host real-life events and installations of progressive architecture, as well as participate in art fairs and galas.