Created by the noted architect Frank Gehry, the space will feature the renovation and interior expansion of the museum's 1928 building. The project focused its efforts on renewing the museum's infrastructure and opening up the heart of the main building to areas not seen by the public in decades. The new expansion features 90,000 square feet of newly created space, all of which is ADA compliant and energy-efficient. Completing this latest phase of the Master Plan will enable the museum to achieve several ambitious goals for displaying its collections, educational activities, and public programs. State-of-the-art HVAC systems and chillers now provide optimal ventilation and temperature/humidity control.