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Architectural rendering of the new Linda Pace Foundation in San Antonio, Texas.

Ground Broken for $16 Million Linda Pace Foundation in Texas

Glasstire reports that ground has been broken for the new Linda Pace Foundation in San Antonio, Texas. The $16 million building, which will be designed by Sir David Adjaye, will feature 14,000 square feet of space to house the foundation’s collection of more than eight hundred artworks by contemporary artists. The edifice, nicknamed Ruby City because it appeared to Pace in a dream as a “sparkling crimson building,” will be covered with concrete panels containing mica aggregate and glass that will cause the structure to glitter in daylight. The foundation campus will have a green space called CHRISpark and a gallery for exhibitions. The foundation is set to be completed in late 2018.

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