Royal Gold medal-winning architect David Adjaye is adding another cultural institution to his ever-expanding body of work.

Adjaye Associates recently revealed designs for the Princeton University Art Museum, set to debut in late 2024. The building's new design is a collaboration between museum director James Steward and architecture firm Cooper Robertson and will offer nearly double the square footage of the current space. Per the press release, the design will invoke a building that “fosters new modes of investigation, reflects and deepens our commitment to equity and inclusion and affords new moments of aspiration and inspiration.”