Expansion plans for The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth are, well, expanding. Architect Renzo Piano (Nasher Sculpture Center) will now create two proposals for a new wing: one on what is now the museum’s west lawn, in addition to a previously identified spot across the street at Darnell and Arch Adams. Commenters on the Star-Telegram‘s story are concerned about losing green space in the museum district (Zoom in for a quick look at green space to concrete/asphalt in the area) and obstructing the view of the Kimbell. Of course, building across the street makes it challenging – though not impossible – to integrate the museum and its addition. The museum hopes to make a choice by the end of the year. What do you think?