"Gant-Brunnett Architects was commissioned to provide the architectural services required to restore the building; adapting it to a museum use with technologically advanced exhibits, and incorporating all of the infra-structure required for a modern museum space to function."
"In 2011, Crenshaw began restoring and replicating the original fixtures that decorated the house during Jackson’s life. Twenty fixtures in all were restored, four types were replicated, and one new custom exterior bracket sconce was created. Of particular note is the restored centerpiece crystal chandelier in the drawing room. The intricately detailed fixture body is constructed of very high quality cast brass plated in 18-karat gold."