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Designing the inside of the MFA's soon-to-be-unveiled $504 million wing – and juggling all the endless details that requires – could unnerve lesser talents. Not Keith Crippen.

Keith Crippen (Globe photo / David L. Ryan) Keith Crippen, head designer at the MFA, looks over a model of the museum's Farago Gallery.
By James Sullivan
October 17, 2010

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Designing the inside of the MFA's soon-to-be-unveiled $504 million wing – and juggling all the endless details that requires – could unnerve lesser talents. Not Keith Crippen. (Full article: 1198 words)

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