Two architectural firms, HOK and the Beck Group, have designed a new museum to house the works of Salvador Dalí in St. Petersburg, Florida. The design, as you can see, was inspired by the works of the surrealist and “combines elements of the classical and the fantastical.
It actually looks like Dali.
Since Florida is prone to powerful hurricanes, the art is located above the flood plane and housed within cast-in-place reinforced 18” thick concrete walls. The museum can protect the prized collection from up to a Category 5 hurricane storm surge and 165mph winds.