Stylized roof defines new art museum in France

09/12/2010 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

The crowning glory of the striking $90 million Centre Pompidou-Metz, a new art museum in northeast France, is a white, wave-like roof with three box-like windows peering out of it. The roof, made of fiberglass and Teflon, collects and distributes rainwater to the gardens below. It was designed by a team of Japanese, French and English architects.

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