OMA designs sinuous Dior show at the Denver Art Museum

Source:  The Architect's Newspaper

The show culminates in a series of petal-shaped pedestals displaying the line’s global inspirations. (James Florio)

American lovers of both fashion and architecture can get their fix in one hit this winter. OMA has designed an exhibition now open at the Denver Art Museum chronicling the history of French fashion house Dior.

From Paris to the World winds a sinuous path through a floor of the angular Daniel Libeskind–designed building, “as a nod to Christian Dior’s obsession for his Granville garden,” and the meandering path that runs through it, according to a statement from OMA...

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