The Museum of Biodiversity or Biomuseo, designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry, will explain the emergence of the Isthmus of Panama from the bottom of the oceans, linking North and South America, allowing the transit of species. The museum will feature seven interactive rooms that explain the role of Panama as “Bridge of Life” not only for species could move from north to south, but also to separate the Pacific Ocean from the Atlantic, the change in current marine created a climate that led to the development of human beings.

On the outside, enjoying the great biodiversity through the isthmus landscape design from the world renowned Edwina von Gal & displays Company. Ms. von Gal and his team produced renowned for its clear but free structures landscapes, which makes an ideal complement to design Biomuseo.