The futuristic design of the Adobe Museum of Digital Media designed by digital simulation by architect Filippo Innocenti - one of the founders of the British architectural firm Spin + .
In the development of the museum building, collections of which will be devoted to web design and digital technologies, to the author of the project, there were no constraints – the territorial, technical or budget.
The original concept of a futuristic museum, based on the rotation of shells around the area free of visual gravity was too far from the real feeling of the building. However, a final, more pragmatic version of the structure was so far from the same traditional architecture.
The territory occupied by the museum, was 57 602 square meters. Visitors to the museum initially fall within the bulk podium resembling a massive bird’s nest. Integrating into a fantastic base, up from him gently raises two equally impressive skyscraper.
Twisted tapes contain the main podium exhibition space and the audience for web seminars and meetings. Within the open atrium will be an exhibition of contemporary art web and ancillary products for its implementation.
Thanks to the versatility and the ability to configure and showrooms have the ability to adapt to the vision of each artist, whose works will be presented in an ultra-modern museum.
The work of authors of the project can be found on the official website of his studio: http://www.spinplus.co.uk/projects.html