Usually people go to museums and galleries to see the works of art and paintings inside, but what about outside?
Just this month, the Louvre in Abu Dhabi（finally)
Opening its door is not only a celebration of what will be displayed, but also a celebration of the building itself. Twenty-
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The building took eight years to build.
Inspired by the latest culture in the Middle East, we searched for the coolest museums in the world. Expect space-
Age fanaticism, buildings look like they're floating, and in fact you want to install programs for every one. Obviously.
The block of the whole design is undoubtedly the lattice structure of the floating roof.
8000 Geometry, Cutting-
Aliens mean that as the sun moves through the day, mottled light is projected in different directions of the gallery.
This is the essence of the art installation itself.
Located on an archipelago off the coast of Abu Dhabi, French Jean Nouvelle is the architect behind the building.
Speaking of design, he said he wanted the building to be a "welcoming world that combines light and shadow, reflection and calm perfectly".
It is reported that the project cost is only 600 million euros.
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Previous architectural era?
The building, designed by Oscar Niemeyer and opened in 1996, has become one of Rio's main landmarks.
You can recognize it from Louis Vuitton's 17-year tour there.
It opened for the first time last month 20 years ago, but the Guggenheim Museum in Spain is still considered one of the best examples of architecture in the world today.
Designed by Frank Gehry, the man behind the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris, and the dance hall in Prague, the building proved so influential that it gave birth to the concept of the Bilbao Effect.
Essentially, when a building can regenerate the culture of the whole region.
Since the design, Gary has been repeatedly referred to as a "star".
Another NEO of Grey-
Futuristic design, the Westman Museum of Art is actually located on the university campus of the city.
Fusion of Stainless Steel, Cubism-
Like shape, the front almost always shines.
At present, the museum has more than 25,000 works.
To be open, however, Saudi Arabia's New World Cultural Center looks certain to become one of the world's coolest buildings competitors.
The new space is not only a museum, but also a cinema, library and auditorium.
The building is constructed by Norwegian construction company sn_hetta and-
Once officially opened-
We expect it to appear on every design blog and Tumblr worth reading.
Frederic C. opened in 2006.
The Hamilton Tower is actually an extension of the Denver Museum of Art.
The 146,000-square-foot building, designed by Daniel Libeskind, is almost twice the size of the museum.
It has striking prominent corners and huge titanium panels, which can be said to be one of Denver's most iconic buildings.
Horon is located in Tel Aviv, of course, with less space. -
Age is older than everyone else.
Composed of rust-
The red ribbon, the spiral facade of the building, actually creates a visual illusion for the audience.
Gallery space is juxtaposed, and many parts are actually open. -air spaces.
The Sumaya Museum is a private museum in Mexico City. It was the idea of Fernando Romero.
Its aluminium sheet is made of more than 16,000 hexagonal plates. It is huge, wide and towering.
It belongs to Carlos Slim Hull, the richest man in the world, named after his wife.
Some people call it "the most gorgeous Museum in the world".
The Ordos Museum is located in the Gobi Desert of Inner Mongolia. It is difficult not to describe it as a huge spot.
But what's the best place for this building?
When you walk into every gallery, not only does it look totally crazy outside, it's also placed in one of its own places.
More serious than space-
Peers, the Perot Museum undoubtedly stands out on its sharp edge.
Morphine, an American company, has built a six-storey escalator that allows visitors to walk up a continuous corridor to see all the exhibits.
Unlike the Star Trek movies, Rio's Musso Doomanh（
Tomorrow the Museum will give you and me)
It's an epic.
Designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, it was built in the port area of the city in 2015 and is expected to be followed by a middle class.
Just ten years ago, it was the poorest part of the city.
Calatrava put sustainability at the heart of his design.
Solar panels are arranged on the roof and currently provide 9% of the electricity. The museum's cooling system uses water from the nearby bay.
The late Zaha Hadid, known for her bold contemporary design, is well known, not just in the construction industry.
The Riverside Museum was formerly known as the "Curve Queen" because of its geometric structure, with zigzag roofs and slightly different shapes.
It opened in 2011 and is now one of Glasgow's most popular buildings.