These are views of the Pompidou Museum in Paris – this being a must stop for designers. The outside is a reflection of the architect’s philosophy of making visible ducts, wirings and other things that are normally hidden in a building. The building kind of feels inside out like a huge factory of sorts.
The Centre was designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, the British architect couple Richard Rogers and
Su Rogers, Gianfranco Franchini, the British structural engineer Edmund Happold, and Irish structural engineer Peter Rice ( Ref: Wiki).