in Awards, Cultural, Dining, Renovations 5 Jan Natural light and views at critical focal points emphasize major paths in the museum, allowing visitors to easily guide themselves and control their experience. Project Type: Museum Client: Cincinnati Art Museum Square feet: 18,000 SF Construction Cost: $4,500,000 KZF Design served as architect and engineer for an 18,000 SF renovation of the historic museum’s south section, home to its Cincinnati Art Collection which highlights the rich art history of the city. The influence of the project extends beyond its physical boundaries to enhance the museum as a whole. Use of natural light at critical points provides important visual relief and opens the museum literally and symbolically to the community it serves. The renovation also encompassed a new 6,000 SF garden café which stretches into a redesigned courtyard.