Landscape firm STIMSON will renovate the campus of The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Connecticut

Officials in Connecticut announced last week that the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum will renovate its 3-acre campus and sculpture garden. The project is part of the museum’s master plan to improve accessibility and inclusion around its campus; to expand its network of artists with new exhibitions, events, programming, and community uses; and promote environmental stewardship.


The master plan was designed by STIMSON, a Cambridge, Massachusetts firm. Recently, STIMSON completed works at the Florence Griswold Museum, Hackley School, Brown University, and several private commissions throughout New England. In 2021, STIMSON was named firm of the year by the American Society of Landscape Architects. STIMSON’s master plan will provide 50 percent more space for artists and the community, including a new secret garden, pollinator pathway, and boardwalk.


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Posted September, 11, 2023
By Dan Roche

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