In addition to looking like a giant Tetris game, “the deliberate arrangement by Hong Kong-based firm Rocco Design Architects not only reinforces the clarity and coherence of the treasure box concept, it allows flexibility in planning and operation of all the exhibition spaces.” Click here for more pictures.

Each of the main exhibition halls is punctured with random spaces that are filled with natural light. They also offer visitors well-balanced resting spaces. The five-story 721,000 sq ft (67,000 sq m) museum is not only designed to house a great variety of fascinating objects of treasure, it is also a treasured object of great fascination itself.

[via Mymodernmet]

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