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Colorful Geometric Cultural Centers
The Biomuseum by Frank Gehry is Oddly Angled and Brightly Hued


By: Meghan Young (Superstar) Nov 3, 12
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The Biomuseum by Frank Gehry will mark his first creation on Latin America ground. Embracing the culture’s love of vibrant colors, the cultural center is multi-hued structure full of odd angles and geometric shapes. Adhering to his signature style, the Canadian-American Pritzker Prize-winning architect, who is based in Los Angeles, California, adds a playful addition to the city of Panama.

Currently under construction, the Biomuseum by Frank Gehry is set to span 4000 square meters. This expansive building will be home to eight permanent galleries, a public atrium, temporary exhibition spaces, a giftshop, cafeteria, exterior exhibits and a botanical garden. It will allow visitors to explore local ocean and land species that originated in the Panamanian Isthmus.



Source: psfk
Readmore: biomuseopanama.org



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