The Computer History Museum was a complete interior renovation / reconfiguration of an existing office building in the heart of Silicon Valley to house the worlds largest collection of historic computers and artifacts. Mark Horton / Architecture acted as Architect of Record for the entire building and Design Architect for the lobby, cafe, gift shop, theater and administrative spaces. The lobby project organized, opened-up and rationalized what was previously a confusing series of smaller spaces. What resulted is a grand public space that serves the dual purpose of a bright and spacious public hall in the day time hours and an elegant party rental space in the evening hours.
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