In 2017, the Museo Internacional del Barocco opened in Puebla City, Mexico. The new building, designed by Toyo Ito, is worth seeing both for what’s inside and for how it looks on the outside.
My impression after visiting was, “I didn’t know how much I like Baroque design and I didn’t know how much design I like is Baroque.”
The permanent exhibit is spread through half-a-dozen rooms and focuses on architecture, literature, art, music, and theater. Combined, the different installations provide a comprehensive educational experience that will open your eyes to how much influence Baroque has had on our lives.