Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Multicolored Roof - Biomuseo / Gehry Partners

This gigantic building adds color to the environment with its multi-colored roofing.

 From the architect. The project comprises three main elements: the museum building, the exhibition design and the surrounding park.

At the heart of the project is a public outdoor atrium covered by colorful metal canopies designed to protect visitors from frequent wind-driven rains. Surrounding the central atrium are unticketed public areas, including the museum store, a café and a temporary exhibition space, as well as the two main ticketed exhibition wings of the building. The atrium level, elevated one floor above grade, allows for extended views to the Canal and city, in addition to protecting the outdoor exhibition space below, which connects the two exhibition wings.

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