Gallery: Thom Mayne’s Perot Museum of Nature and Science Nears Completi...

 
In one month, Dallas' newest architectural icon will open its doors. The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, designed by Thom Mayne of Morphosis Architects, is a bold new building that reflects the earth's stratified, geological forms. The exterior of the building features innovative textures, while the interior exhibit spaces focus on natural, biological, chemical and physical sciences. The Perot is a building that has something to say about the intersection of nature and technology, instead of merely existing as a blank backdrop for the exhibits inside.

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  1. godisthemasterarchitect April 4, 2013 at 8:37 pm

    This building is a joke. I AM the leading authority in architecture, interior design, and structural engineering. This is a pathetic use of space and where are all the exhibits. There are just a few and the focus was mainly on the building box concept not the exhibits, hence the word museum. Fact, this is just another building by another wealthy individual and interest groups that do not even know the first thing about architecture. They just believe that what they see and are told or shown by another Dallas firm thinking that what they have as a design concept is some sort of grandeur.

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