Henrik Kam

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) will reopen on May 14, 2016, the museum announced on Wednesday. It has been closed since 2013 when the museum broke ground on a Snøhetta-designed expansion to its home by Mario Botta. The 235,000-square-foot expansion will more than double the museum's floor space, and the San Francisco Chronicle reports that the new SFMOMA will have the most gallery space of any other American museum of its kind. The museum also launched a redesigned website, and hosted a hard-hat tour on Wednesday. Here are some tweets from that event.

Read ARCHITECT's past coverage of SFMOMA, and visit ARCHITECT's Project Gallery for more information and images about the SFMOMA expansion.