Style Spy: Dali Museum by HOK

by Rakks | January 21st, 2011

The Dali Museum, Designed by HOK.

Inspired inside and out by the unusual and surreal works of Salvador Dali, the Dali Museum designed by HOK opened last week in St. Petersburg, FL. This structure houses the largest collection of Dali works in the world from collectors A. Reynolds and Eleanor Morse. Relying on a unique mix of precast concrete and reflective geometric glass structures for the facade, HOK captures the striking, imaginative vision of Dali in the entire building design.
For more photos and information on the project, visit features on Architizer News and Contemporist.

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