In Mexico City, Mexico, the Museo Soumaya houses art from the fourteenth century to today. FREE Fernando Romero designed the museum’s architecture to present an amorphous 3-dimensional shape that is perceived differently from every angle, representing the diverse international collection of paintings, sculptures, and decorative objects inside. The building’s shell is constructed of steel columns, all of which have their own unique diameter, shape, and geometry, and the façade consists of hexagonal aluminum modules. The resulting 20,000 square meters of exhibition space on five floors gives visitors a non-linear circulation. Also included inside are an auditorium, café, gift shop, lobby, and storage space, topped with a cantilevered roof that allows in natural light.