The museum structure consists of sixteen vaulted units grouped into three sections consisting of six, four, and six parallel rows. These are cast-in-place, post-tensioned, reinforced concrete. Each 100-foot by 20-foot unit is supported on four two-foot square concrete columns at the ends. Between the vaults are seven-foot reinforced concrete channels that house the service elements for climate control and for electrical systems.
Interior materials: concrete, travertine, quarter-sawn white oak, anodized aluminum, mill-finish stainless steel, slate, ceramic tile.
Keywords: United States, Texas, Tarrant County, Fort Worth, American, Modern, International Style.
1960s (1960 - 1969) 1970s (1970 - 1979) International Style Modern
Johnson, N.E. (Ed.). (1975). Light is the Theme. Fort Worth: Kimbell Art Foundation. p.14.