MUSEUM OF BIODIVERSITY - BIOMUSEO

Cities: PANAMA
Categories: CULTURAL ARCHITECTURE
Designer: GEHRY PARTNERS LLP
Date: 2014
The Museum of Biodiversity is dedicated to explaining the geological and ecological story of Panama as a means to conserve and protect the country’s rich natural resources. Located in Amador, a region outside of Panama City that once served as the base for the US Armed Forces, the project is situated at the tip of a peninsula that overlooks Panama City and the Bay of Panama to the north, and the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal to the south. The Museum of Biodiversity is comprised of three main elements: the museum building, the exhibit design, and the surrounding park, in total, these elements contribute to tell the story of the project. Photo credist: Victoria Murillo
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