The Benjamin Franklin Museum reopened in August 2013 with a new design to honor the previous iconic setting and improving the underground museum. Its new presence was reviewed by the Philadelphia Inquirer's architectural critic Inga Saffron in an article entitled "Changing Skyline: An elegant redesign for Ben Franklin - and Venturi"

The result is an elegant entry that welcomes visitors far more graciously than the original Venturi version did, even while it deftly pays homage to his market hall concept. 

Read a copy of the original article here.