The Arthur M. Rosenblatt Memorial Lecture on Museum Design is an AIANY signature event organized each year by the Cultural Facilities Committee. This year the committee is honored to host Tom Kundig of the Seattle- and New York-based firm Olson Kundig, in person at the Center for Architecture, to present his work. Tom Kundig, FAIA, RIBA, is a principal, owner, and founder of Olson Kundig—a collaborative global design practice whose work expands the context of built and natural landscapes. Over the past three decades, Kundig has received some of the world’s highest design honors, from a National Design Award for Architecture from the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum to an Academy Award in Architecture from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Known for his contextual approach to design, his buildings are a direct response to place, often serving as a backdrop to the built, cultural, or natural landscapes that surround them. Kundig will provide an overview of his work at The Burke Museum, The Bo Bartlett Center at Columbus State University, and the Tacoma Art Museum (Haub Gallery and Benaroya Wing)—sharing his thoughts on museum design and the dialogue between art and place.