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The 64-room mansion that houses the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum will be getting a $54 million renovation, the museum announced today. (The museum has already renovated two townhouses that hold its administrative offices, design library, and master's program.) No specifics yet on exactly what kind of makeover the museum will undergo, but given that the building was built from 1899 to 1902, there's probably some sprucing up that could be done. Anyone got the deets? [NYP]