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The kind of spheres that we can see being part of museums around us, they are there because symbolized our planet Earth. Sometimes, the spheric shapes in the museums give room to planetariums – the Geoda of La Villette in Paris is a spectacular 360º involving movie theatre -; the spheres are predetermine forms applied to museum’s architecture. In any case, the architectonic spheres, with some exceptions, are able to be seen in science and technology museums around the World may be because this relationship with the shape of our planet. We love spheres and if they are huge, much better. Under the Feng-Shui knowledge and philosophy related with architecture and other mystic thinking, the spheres are the representation of perfection and natural beauty. To us are really beautiful and in this way we are going to do a selection of some outstanding museum’s spheres around the World – under our own criteria, as always we do -. We admit any new proposal. Let’s start our spheric trip…

Science and Technology Park of París – La Villette

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American Natural History Museum of New York (Hayden Planetarium)

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Natural Science Museum of North Carolina (USA)

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Biosphere of Montreal (Canada)

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Natural History Museum of London

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Science and Technology Museum of Shanghai (China)

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Museum Kahramaa of Qatar

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Museum Academy of the Motion Picture of LA (USA) – Opening soon

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Dalí Museum (Figueres, Spain)

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Museum of Clean, Pocatello (USA)

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Art Museum of San Jose (Costa Rica)

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Queensland Maritime Museum (Brisbane, Australia) 

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New Museum of the Peace in Semey (Kazakhstan)

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Science Park – Futuroscope (Poitiers, France)

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Museum and Planetarium Galileo Galilei (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

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And some more…

Photos: EVE files

 

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