The new Resnick Pavilion at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art will be home to the world’s largest purpose-built, naturally lit, open-plan museum space. The new 45,000 square foot pavilion was completed early this summer and was designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop. Helping to fill the interior with light are a series of slated skylights, which protrude up into the sky like sailboat masts. The building’s design shares this and other similarities with the LACMA’s other new Piano-designed building, the Broad Contemporary Art Museum. Ultimately, this bright, airy space will provide a wonderful venue for viewing art when it officially opens to the public on October 2.