The Museum of Energy in Spain contains a lecture room, meeting rooms and an exhibition hall. The building has two curved terraces, which are cladded in translucent polycarbonate.
The architects for the project were Girona studio Arquitecturia. The architects use vertical lengths of black-painted steel, which work well with the polycarbonate.
At night, the lights from inside the building light up the outside curved wall to give the front façade a warm glow.
The large full-length window, which breaks through the façade, really frames the double-height spaces inside the building.
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