English architect Farshid Moussavi has developed a new building building for the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland, USA. This mega modern architectural structure is hexagonal crystal form and completely faced with mirrored stainless steel plates, creating an incredible play of light effect.
Entering the museum, visitors find themselves in the atrium up to the roof. On the left side you can see the inside of the walls, painted in bright blue, and straight ahead is entirely white staircase leading to each of the three floors, located above. In all in building four floors, including the first, on that exhibition pavilions are situated.
Farshid Moussavi worked on this project together with architects from a company Westlake Reed Leskosky, being in Cleveland. The museum of Modern Art does not have a permanent display of the collections. There shall be performed various activities, events and temporary exhibitions of contemporary artists and designers.