A futuristic structure designed by the world-famous architect Zaha Hadid, is a beautifully designed museum in Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy. The primary aim of the project is to maintain and create a node of cultural exchanges, followed by being an iconic figure in Sardinia.
It is a planned museum which is also known as ‘Betile’. The building is designed remarkably, which is empty inside, hard on the surface and still accommodates a range of cultural activities. The building shares its public dimension with the city through interconnection of the inner circulation with the public paths and open spaces.
The quality of the shape is unavoidably inspiring. Its open and dynamic shape inside the building determines the geometry of the spaces which amazes most of the visitors. Sometimes it gives the feel of a new landscape, while at others it looks like a strong mass defining the new skyline.
The museum is an epic and inspiring work of contemporary art. It definitely is a subject to study and learn from, for the upcoming architects and ofcourse admirers of wonderful art.