The museum is centered around a central atrium stretching from the ground floor to the skylight in the ceiling, with a ramp spiraling around the atrium.
One of the most famous works of Frank Lloyd Wright who is, in turn, perhaps the most famous architect of the Modernist movement.
According to the architect's original plan (and it is still the suggested route), a visitor would ride up an elevator to the top of the ramp and then descend back to the lobby as the viewer passes the exhibits on the ramp.
The width of the spiral ramp is 3 metres (9.8 feet).
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