Exterior of Dali's Museum
"The museum is a 58 foot high right angled Eucliden 'treasure box' with thick walls protecting the art. The unfinished concrete box is disrupted by a flowing organic triangulated glass "Enigma' which is also the name of a 1929 Dali painting that opens the museum to the bay and sky forming an
antrium roof that draws in natural daylight"
Natural reflection from the bay. best in original view...