How an architecture firm solved the problem of building an art gallery in an cramped space.

The Sperone Westwater Gallery in New York City is a unique architectural piece with its a moving gallery in a tall building elevator. Designed by Foster + Partners, the elevator gallery consists of four exhibition floors with a square-footage-extender that doubles the room size on each level by just parking itself on that floor.

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