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Chandler Museum design unveiled, touts a modern look

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Rendering: Special to the Tribune

By Mike Butler | East Valley Tribune

The new Chandler Museum, in a rendering, will house a 4,500-square-foot exhibition hall, which will be large enough to present Chandler projects at the same time as national traveling shows.

The new Chandler Museum will be a striking contemporary counterpoint to the historic McCullough-Price House, linked by an arrival plaza, a pedestrian corridor, gardens and a shaded courtyard.

Phil Weddle of Scottsdale-based Weddle Gilmore Architects unveiled renderings for the 10,000-square-foot building at an open house held March 22 at the McCullough-Price House, 300 S. Chandler Village Dr., near the Chandler Fashion Center.

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