Relocating to 245 Tenth Avenue, the Yossi Milo Gallery is comprised of five gallery spaces spread across two floors.  Each space is a discreet white box with particular proportions and lighting that give the gallery diverse settings for displaying their varied collection. The galleries are linked together in a sequence that minimizes thresholds and allows for several different scales of exhibition, including the ability to host multiple exhibitions at one time. The gallery design specified museum quality lighting, HVAC, and storage systems with minimal detailing that would maximize uninterrupted wall space for the display of art.  Alongside the public spaces, BA also designed offices, lounge, and storage space for the owner, the gallery director, and a staff of ten.

Photography by Aaron Forrest/Bernheimer Architecture