Work has been completed on the Museum of Modern Aluminium in Nonthaburi, Thailand, complete with a strikingly complex façade madeDandelions and fireflies inspire Thai aluminium museum - The Aluminium Federation from tens of thousands of aluminium bars, many with a unique colour and texture and lit by hidden LED bulbs.

The 400-sq-m building was conceived by Bangkok firm HAS Design and Research for a site on the northern outskirts of the Thai capital.

The aim is to highlight the importance of the metal in Thailand’s construction industry, and the importance of Thailand in the history of the metal – it is one of southeast Asia’s biggest producers.

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