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Architecture July, 13 2009

Nestle Chocolate Museum

Built in a staggering 2 and a half months, the Nestle Chocolate Museum is located just outside Mexico City. Architects Rojkind Arquitectos envisioned an initial desire to simply offer a pathway to view the factory as an opportunity for a bolder experiment. Create a building that at once serviced the needs of visitors and became the new face of the company. The playful design allows visitors a full look into the chocolate making process, as well as a new link inside the factory. (via Arch Daily).

More exterior views of the Nestle Chocolate Museum follow.

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