National Building Museum

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Newly minted MacArthur Fellow Jeanne Gang created this translucent marble curtain for the Museum’s Masonry Variations. It’s made of interlocking puzzle-shaped pieces cut from a new composite—a  translucent blend of stone, woven glass fiber, and resin. © Alan Sprecher

Newly minted MacArthur Fellow Jeanne Gang created this translucent marble curtain for the Museum’s Masonry Variations. It’s made of interlocking puzzle-shaped pieces cut from a new composite—a translucent blend of stone, woven glass fiber, and resin.
© Alan Sprecher

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