Visionary Design

The iconic and inspiring design of the Armenian American Museum was created by Alajajian Marcoosi Architects, an internationally acclaimed architectural firm based in Glendale, California.

The architects’ vision for the design was inspired by the rock formations in the mountainous terrain of the Armenian Highlands and the fragments of Armenian communities spread throughout the world uniting into one through the unifying mission of the Armenian American Museum.

Program Spaces

The Armenian American Museum will rise to a 50,820 square foot two-level museum complex built on a one-level semi-subterranean parking garage.

First Level

  • Grand Lobby
  • Auditorium
  • Learning Center
  • Demonstration Kitchen
  • Gift Shop
  • Administrative Offices

Second Level

  • Permanent Exhibition Galleries
  • Temporary Exhibition Galleries
  • Collections Archives

Program Spaces

The Armenian American Museum will rise to a 50,820 square foot two-level museum complex built on a one-level semi-subterranean parking garage.

First Level

  • Grand Lobby
  • Auditorium
  • Learning Center
  • Demonstration Kitchen
  • Gift Shop
  • Administrative Offices

Second Level

  • Permanent Exhibition Galleries
  • Temporary Exhibition Galleries
  • Collections Archives

Alajajian Marcoosi Architects | Museum Renderings

AAMCCC Rendering Colorado Street View

Renderings | Colorado Street View

AAMCCC Rendering Alley View

Renderings | Alley View

AAMCCC Rendering East Passageway View

Renderings | East Passageway View

AAMCCC Rendering Central Park View

Renderings | Central Park View

AAMCCC Rendering Central Park Aerial View

Renderings | Central Park Aerial View

AAMCCC Rendering Central Park Facade View

Renderings | Central Park Facade View

AAMCCC Rendering Colorado Street Evening View

Renderings | Colorado Street Evening View