The Biomuseo in Amador, aims to tell the story of Panama’s natural history and how it changed the landscape of the whole planet – a story previously unknown even to most Panamanians. It’s the first Latin American building designed by architect Frank Gehry, and has been conceived in partnership with scientists from the University of Panama and the world-famous Smithsonian Institute.
1,000,000 visitors each year
The Biomuseo welcomes half a million visitors each year, including 40,000 schoolchildren free of charge. Beneath Gehry’s multicoloured roof arrangement, the galleries have been designed by Bruce Mau Design, and holds exhibits interiors fabricated by kubik, celebrating the extraordinary biodiversity of the territory. The non-profit museum will also raise money for conservation projects in the region.
A true masterpiece that tells the story of Panama’s natural history and how it changed the landscape of the whole planet. Interior exhibit build by kubik inc.
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