Inhabitat’s Bridgette Meinhold writes:
Salvador Dalí’s surrealist artwork now has a new home in a spectacular and fantastical museum in St. Petersburg, FL. The HOK-designed museum, appropriately opened on 1-11-11 at 11:11 am, features a geodesic inspired glass atrium and walls so thick they can withstand a Category 5 hurricane. Sustainable design features abound in the new museum, which provides a “Dalí-esque” experience without being trite or cliched. The Salvador Dali Museum houses the world’s largest collection of the master’s artwork with over 2,000 pieces of art and highlights 100 of Dalí’s most important oil paintings.
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