In the city of Puebla, Mexico, an impressive museum was built dedicated to Baroque Art. Designed by a Japanese architect Toyo Ito, the building’s design translate baroques movement which is considered to be one of the first international arts. The building was then called Museo Internacional del Barroco or the MIB.
In order to achieve fluidity for the building’s layout, a series of curving lines were emphasized, this is also to offer visitors sense of fluidity and feel the baroque spaces. The building also allows passage of natural light to translate the Baroque art where light is a revelation of God opposing darkness of ambivalence. Read More via DigitalRamen.