The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art designed by Ma Yansong “will take the form of a dramatic, swooping, cloud-like structure,” writes acclaimed architecture critic Paul Goldberger in Vanity Fair.  Yansong, the 38-year-old Chinese architect, who was at Yale then Zaha Hadid’s studio before founding MAD Architects, has imagined an “enormous flying saucer of a building which will undoubtedly be an attraction in itself, not to mention a noteworthy addition to Los Angeles’s inventory of significant new architecture.”

Read about the drama behind the museum in Vanity Fair: