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Ayers Saint Gross Ranked Third for Museum Architecture Firms

Lobby view of the Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center

The Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center at the Missouri Botanical Garden 

Ayers Saint Gross recently ranked as number 3 on the Top 70 Museum Architecture Firms for the year on the Building Design + Construction 2023 Giants 400 Report. This recognition reflects our commitment to creating places for shared knowledge and culture, as well as our ongoing museum and cultural work for the Missouri Botanical Garden, the Smithsonian Institution, and the Royal Commission of AlUla.

Ayers Saint Gross has worked on multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Thomas Jefferson Visitor Center at Monticello and the Atturaif Living Museum in Old Diriyah, Saudi Arabia. The firm also has a long history of working with the Smithsonian Institution, including planning work for the National Zoological Park, the National Air and Space Museum, and the Smithsonian Collections; design work for collections facilities; and ongoing siting work for the upcoming National Museum of the American Latino and Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum.

This recognition is one of several top ten rankings from the 2023 Giants 400 Report. In December, the publication listed Ayers Saint Gross as number 7 on the Top 90 Student Housing Architecture Firms for the year. Earlier in the fall, the firm was listed as number 8 on the Top 110 Cultural Facility Architecture Firms and number 5 on the Top 170 University Architecture Firms.

Learn more about our work with cultural facilities.

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