Chile's New LAMP Museum Gets Larger the Higher It Goes

By: Christopher Magsambol - Oct 21, 2015
References: archdaily
An innovative design has been released for Chile's upcoming children's LAMP museum. The structure will look inverted, as the size of each floor enlarges as the building continues to rise. The unique building will be built to feel light and airy with bright colors and animals adorning the space. The architect for the project hopes that distinctive architecture will make it look like the building is floating.

There are no walls in the entire design and it will feature an open concept throughout. Instead of wall barriers, a series of slender columns will be spread out and will be used to anchor paintings, creating the illusion that they are floating. The children's LAMP Museum hopes to bring elements of fantasy and whimsy in conceptualizing the kid-friendly space.