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March 3, 2011
on the boards: Museo Soumaya
The Museo Soumaya currently under the final phases of construction in Mexico City was designed by the architect Fernando Romero (FREE). Built to house a collection of international works dating from the 14th century, the Museo Soumaya was conceived as a sculptural building with the diversity of its collection reflected in the diversity of the plans - each level has its own dimension. Spread over six levels the 60,000 ft2 structure is constructed with 28 steel distinct curved columns, connected by diagonal rings giving the isometric figure.