The Caixaforum by Barcelona-based designer Carme Pinos boasts a geometrically patterned facade that looks stunning at night. The light-projected structure is located in the heart of Zaragoza and is a home to a cultural center and museum.
This architecture piece overlooks the Ranillas river and is made up of two heavy, geometric volumes that appear to be joined together like puzzle pieces. This monumental structure is set to become an iconic landmark in Zaragoza and is more stunning at night than it is during daylight hours. When illuminated, the structure's windows emit a gorgeous glow that is projected through their abstracted and geometric shapes.
Carme Pinos' Ciaxaforum design is nothing short of spectacular. The building is artful and futuristic while embracing its region's rich history and culture.
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