360° Video Gives You an Amazing View of Met Breuer Museum's Stunning Architecture

The Met Breuer on the Upper East Side is the Metropolitan Museum of Art's newest building, housing much of their contemporary art collection. In this immersive 360° video from the museum, get an incredible view of the building's architecture from both outside and within.

The Met Breuer is a new home for modern and contemporary art, seen through the lens of The Met’s historic collection. Now, for the first time, you can enjoy a 360° perspective on architect Marcel Breuer's landmark 1966 creation. Whether you're a recent or longtime fan of the building's classic modernist design, or have just been struck by its bold form at Madison Avenue and 75th Street–here's your chance to feast your eyes on a building that is also an iconic Brutalist sculpture. Scan up the jagged facade to the trapezoidal window with clouds above, or hover inside the entrance lobby over the sunken garden courtyard.

via The Met

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