Italy’s "MAXXI" National Museum for Arts of the 21st Century was designed by the architect Zaha Hadid. The museum was opened in Rome in 2010.
This highly complex museum was built in Rome's Flaminio district. The National Museum of Arts of the 21st Century was designed by the architect Zaha Hadid.
Fibre-reinforced concrete distance tubes corresponding to DIN 1045 were used to guarantee the wall thickness of the exposed concrete walls. Sealing cones made of fibre-reinforced concrete were used to close the conical tie holes in the exposed-concrete surface.