Brick and concrete with a square center, which acts as a rotunda, and two wings, the museum is an awkward concoction. The attempt to escape from the Colonial Revival syndrome is laudable, but the abstraction of classical motifs in overscaled concrete forms appears forced. The exhibits focus on the history of the Northern Piedmont.
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