Salvador Dalí Museum
Moris Moreno
Salvador Dalí Museum
Jul 11, 2012
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Salvador Dalí Museum_01 DaliMuseum_01 The new Salvador Dalí Museum replaces its predecessor just eight blocks north of the former location, offering twice the square footage.

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Salvador Dalí Museum_02 DaliMuseum_02 A concrete box is cleaved by the "enigma," an amorphous geodesic atrium made of 1,062 unique triangular glass panels, and its smaller glass counterpoint, the "igloo."

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Salvador Dalí Museum_03 DaliMuseum_03 The 68,000-square-foot volume is constructed across three-stories.

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Salvador Dalí Museum_04 DaliMuseum_04 Sculptural steps form a single-helix rising 60-feet high, and embody an artistic expression inspired by Dalí’s fascination with spiral patterns found in nature.

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Salvador Dalí Museum_05 DaliMuseum_05 Nearly 90 percent of the building's functional interior space is bathed in natural light. 

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Salvador Dalí Museum_06 DaliMuseum_08 The new museum houses more than 2,000 pieces of Dalí's work, the largest outside of his native Spain.

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Salvador Dalí Museum_07 DaliMuseum_09 Located in St. Petersburg along Florida's Gulf Coast, the structure can withstand up to a Category 5 hurricane.

Photo HOK/Moris Moreno