Workbook: Growing the Huntington

Over the years, the Huntington Library and Art Collection has grown from the original 55,000-square-foot Beaux Arts residence designed by architect Myron Hunt to a sprawling complex that includes the Frederick Fischer-designed Lois and Robert F. Erburu Gallery and the 90,000-square-foot Munger Research Center, designed by the Earl Corporation. The most recent addition is the Steven S. Koblik Education and Visitor Center designed by the Architectural Resources Group. A year later we can enjoy the museum’s latest incarnation.

  • Aerial view of the new education and visitor center
  • Entrance Pavilion, view through to the Entry Grove
  • The Huntington Store (interior)
  • South Garden, view north toward the Central Garden
  • Education Court with Doyle Lane mural (from Mutual Savings, 1964)
  • Loggia circulation to Auditorium and Multi-Purpose Room, view to Garden Court
  • Rothenberg Hall (Auditorium)
  • Dining building
  • Dining building (interior)
  • Central Garden, view toward the Garden Court

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