Well, here it is – the proposed Contemporary Art Museum of the Presidio (CAMP). Can you see it all covered in grass here?
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That’s the kind of thing you’ll see these days at the Main Post Information Center:
Want to learn more about the proposed vision for the Main Post and about the planning process? Illustrations and other information about proposed projects will be displayed at the Main Post Information Center. Presidio Trust staff will be on hand to answer questions, and comment cards will be available.
Building 105 Montgomery Street
March 6 through April 18
Fridays and Saturdays — 10 am to Noon (drop in)
If you have questions, please call the Presidio Trust Public Affairs Office at (415) 561-5418.
This is what you’ll find at Building 105 during visitors hours:
Building 101 (the southernmost Montgomery Street Barrack) on the left, the larger Gallery Building all covered in grass in the middle, and the “back of house” Facilities Building on the right (large square).
A different view of the 3D model. CAMP on the right and the three-screen theatre on the left:
Comparing the heights of the existing buildings with the CAMP proposal:
We’re done with the model – here’s another watercolour. The cantilevered CAMP roof shown:
And the final watercolor – dolled-up visitors (a tad overdressed in the early morning sun, non?) looking north towards the Future:
There must be more-detailed depictions somewhere out there in the world, but they haven’t found their way online yet.
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