J. Paul Getty Museum Photography Storage

Architect: Houston/Tyner

Below the beautiful architecture and historic photos at the J Paul Getty Museum, two projects were designed to preserve the photographs when not on display. Each included redundant cooling systems integrated into the Facility’s central plant, monitoring and alarms, leak detection and emergency power. The rooms were designed with critical cooling and dehumidification to maintain precise temperatures in storage rooms, viewing rooms and vestibules, allowing the curators to move photos in slowly, gradually decreasing temperatures over a period of days to preserve the these precious artifacts.

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