Architectural Digest recently featured a look at the new museum at the prestigious Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, Georgia. The SCAD museum is housed in an 1853 railroad depot. According to Preservation Nation “The depot, built to serve passengers and freight traveling on the Central of Georgia Railway, had deteriorated beyond repair. Long abandoned and lacking a roof, its beams were exposed to the elements; only two brick walls remained intact.”
The architecture firm behind the restoration is Sottile & Sottile. Their $26 million project beautifully blends contemporary design with old world charm. To learn more about the museum take a look at this video we found which captures the essence of the construction and design.