BYU Museum of Art

Size:
100,000 SF

Location:
Provo, UT

The Brigham Young University Museum of Art provides students and visitors an enriching exposure to first-rate art. The museum is three stories and includes a mezzanine and basement.

The facility features high-end finishes such as Brazilian cherry wood flooring and a granite and glass exterior. Layton installed special lighting, temperature / humidity and electrical controls to maintain a consistent environment.

The museum has 10 exhibit galleries, along with a library, an auditorium, classrooms, a small theater, a gift store and security and administrative offices. At the time of its construction, the BYU Museum of Art was the largest art museum in the Mountain West.

The BYU Museum of Art in Provo, UT, was built by Layton Construction.

The BYU Museum of Art has 10 exhibit galleries.
The BYU Museum of Art features high-end finishes such as Brazilian cherry wood flooring and a granite and glass exterior.