When it comes to beautifully made cars, Ferrari is definitely a top contender. So when it came time for them to open up a museum dedicated to the history of their ultra luxe Enzo model, it was only right that it was made just as beautifully.
The Enzo Ferrari Museum in Midena, Italy was designed by architecture design firm Future Systems. After winning a bid to design the museum in 2004, Future Systems dissolved following the 2009 death of its lead architect Jan Kaplicky. Picking up where his designs left off, Andrea Morgante lead the completion of the project to the same specifics as the original Kaplicky plan.
The sculpted yellow aluminum roof of the museum gives a nod to the air intake vents on the vehicles, while expertly defined incisions along the roof allow the interior to receive a strategic level of light to highlight the subtle differences and details of each car’s body.
The museum's interior is a clean space, that was left completely white to accentuate the Enzo Ferrari's that are on display throughout the museum.
You can take a look at a few of the snapshots from the inside of the Ferrari Enzo Museum designed by Future Systems in the gallery above!