From the epic halls of The Metropolitan Museum of Art to the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Guggenheim, New York City is home to some of the most famous museums in the world, each one looking completely different from the next. Today Michael Wyetzner of Michielli + Wyetzner Architects returns to AD for an in-depth look at how the iconic museums and art galleries of NYC developed their unique designs and became some of the city’s best landmarks.

Director: Hiatt Woods

Director of Photography: Charlie Jordan
Editor: Alex Mechanik

Host: Michael Wyetzner
Producer: Skylar Economy

Field Producer: Alyssa Marino

Associate Producer: Chloe Leung ; Landrie Hatcher

Production Manager: Melissa Heber

Production Coordinator: Fernando Davila

Camera Operator: Cloud Corredor

Audio Engineer: Gabe Quiroga
Production Assistant: Patrick Sargent
Post Production Supervisor: Andrew Montague

Post Production Coordinator: Holly Frew

Supervising Editor: Christina Mankellow

Assistant Editor: Justin Symonds

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