grimshaw horTo celebrate the history of this project and the people who were so much a part of it, we have produced a short film to capture the story.  Designed in and around Horno Alto #3, Museo del Acero is one of three original blast furnaces in Monterrey’s Parque Fundidora. Grimshaw adapted the building to create a world-class museum, adding 97,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor exhibition space comprising a historical steel gallery; contemporary steel gallery; 'Furnace Show' exhibit; teaching rooms; and a restaurant. Exploring the possibilities of steel is a key design feature, and the tessellated roof over the steel gallery demonstrates how steel sheet material can be transformed into structurally rigid forms by complex faceting. Read More