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The mu­seum has three floors and the cen­tre is a large atrium. There are var­i­ous site-spe­cific sculp­tures, video works and in­stal­la­tions at the mu­seum.

The mu­seum is lo­cated along the Nervión river. The ti­ta­nium-clad build­ing is de­signed by Cana­dian Amer­i­can ar­chi­tect Frank Gehry, the mu­seum is with 24,000 m2, of which 9.000 are ded­i­cated to ex­hi­bi­tion space, Gehry’s de­sign cre­ates a spec­tac­u­lar sculp­ture-like struc­ture in­te­grat­ing within Bil­bao’s ur­ban pat­tern and its sur­round­ing area. "the ran­dom­ness of the curves are de­signed to catch the light". The in­te­rior "is de­signed around a large, light-filled atrium with views of Bil­bao's es­tu­ary and the sur­round­ing hills of the Basque coun­try." The atrium, which Gehry nick­named The Flower be­cause of its shape, serves as the or­ga­niz­ing cen­tre of the mu­seum. 42,875 ti­ta­nium pan­els make up the iconic fa­cade of the GMB. The ti­ta­nium was mined in Rus­sia it was pro­cessed. Ar­ranged on three lev­els, the mu­seum’s 20 ex­hi­bi­tion gal­leries are in­ter­con­nected by sev­eral bridges, cor­ri­dors, el­e­va­tors, and stairs.

地區周邊的山丘。中庭因其形狀而被Ge­hry昵稱為The Flower,是美術館的中心。矚目的外牆由42,875塊鈦板組成,材料來自俄羅斯。美術館的20個展覽廳­分布

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