Exploration, learning, discovery. Good museum architecture encourages these activities.
Efficient geometric patterns express structural behavior and elicit that precursor to knowledge and learning: curiosity.
Geometrica's façade for the Museo Soumaya realizes a daring and seemingly impossible geometry. The structure soars and twists inspiring visitors to do the same as they explore the art and the setting.
Geometrica structures are framed with triangles, the strongest and most stable structural form. The resulting buildings can curve and span long distances, creating accessible spaces suitable for many and varying exhibits.
As the new landmark in Bighi, Malta, the Esplora science museum is located on the Grand Harbor. The recent grand opening event was held under the patronage of Her Excellency Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, President of Malta.