Design and architecture firms Future Systems and Shiro Studio have created this beautiful Ferrari Museum in Modena, Italy, dedicated to the late Enzo Ferrari. The Modena site is perfect for the new museum as Enzo Ferrari, a legendary racer and businessman, was born in Modena and lived part of his life there as well.
The museum itself is located in a 19th century mansion built by Ferrari's father in 1830. The designers have infused a futuristic aesthetic, complete with a curved roof detailed to look like a yellow sports car. Inside, the walls and exhibits are curvy and white, offering a pristine and polished look and feel that resonates with the luxury autobrand's car models. What's more, the Ferrari Museum in Modena was built with eco-friendly elements, including thermo-sensors that minimize the use of energy, solar technology and water conservation systems.
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