A glass protrusion in an exciting conunterpoint to the otherwise rectilinean museum.
That is the new Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Tampa. The 68.000-sq-ft
museum consists of a cast in place, 58-ft tall reinforced-concrete box one-way slabs
and beams. The three-story buildingg´s 18-in thick perimeter walls are architecturally
exposed on the outside, with no stucco or painted surfaces.
The builders of the glazed atrium structure that drapes over the side of the Boxy building
simply call it ENIGMA.
It is inspired both by Dalí’s surrealist art and by the practical need to shelter the collection from the hurricanes that threaten Florida’s west coast.
This is the most important privated Salvador Dalí´s collection in world. Infanta de España,
Doña Cristina de Borbón was the official Spanish representative among others spanish
With IBERITAS you can know Dalí’s work in loco as a totally new experience