This summer the Storefront for Art and Architecture closed for restoration of its famous facade, designed by Steven Holl and Vito Acconci. Since its opening in 1993, the venue has been popular for its hinged panels on the facade and tapered space, as much as for the varied exhibitions the non-profit holds.
[Storefront for Art and Architecture interior | image source]
I'm a fan of the space and the exhibitions. The project's been featured on each of my web pages. And while I've yet to see the newly restored facade, I couldn't help post something in the meantime. So here's the a ground floor plan of the space, taken from a PDF on the Strorefront's web page.