Biomuseo (I)

Posted by Alfredo J. Martiz J. (Panama City, Panama) on 29 April 2010 in Architecture.

The Biomuseo has been designed by Frank O. Gehry and is currently under construction. It is located in the area of Amador, Panama City, at the end of a causeway on the Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal.

The building will house interactive exhibits that will allow visitors to get closer to nature. These exhibitions are being developed by Bruce Mau Design, one of the most important design companies in the world.

The site where this museum is being constructed will become a beautiful park that highlights the diversity of natural life in Panama.

The pavilions will be covered with colorful roofs, visible at a great distance by visitors arriving by cruise ships to the Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal. These ceilings will create an irregular shape as a clear representation of the natural forces that shape our world.

Reference: Biomuseo

Architect: Frank O. Gehry
Interactive Exhibitions Design: Bruce Mau
Landscape Design: Edwina von Gal


Location: Amador, Panama
Date: March 5th, 2010

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