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The Randall Museum for children in Corona Heights has closed its doors until 2016, when it will reopen with a refreshed look and a closer connection to its 16-acre natural surroundings. The renovation, led by Pfau Long Architecture and Kuth Ranieri Architects, will increase space available for programming by 30 percent while working within the existing building's footprint. New spaces will include a STEM lab called the Garage, a sculptural tree wall with raptors living in its branches called the Grove, and a café. [Hoodline]