Architect Fernando Romero at the entrance to his studio in Mexico City.
The Soumaya Museum’s exterior comprises 14,475 hexagonal aluminum plates arranged in a computer-designed honeycomb pattern.
Carlos Slim, Soumaya Slim de Romero, and Romero in front of the Soumaya Museum.
A reproduction of Michelangelo’s Pietà (the original is in the Vatican)
Broad, spiraling ramps give way to expansive gallery spaces
The Thinker, from Slim’s collection of Rodins, the largest outside of France, awaits installation in the atrium.
The museum’s entryway.