Nestlé Chocolate Museum was built in Mexico City in 2007, located in Paseo Tollocan near Toluca.The existing chocolate factory was in need of an inner pathway for visitors to witness the production of their favorite chocolates, but the experts at Rojkind Arquitectos suggested bigger plans, promoting the creation of the first chocolate museum in Mexico. Taking 2.5 months to finish, including design and construction, the new 300-meter long façade of the museum that runs along the motorway has become the new image of the factory. The origami form is bright red grabbing the attention of all those that drive along the motorway while adding to the excitement for the visitors before entering the doors. The white detailing along the edges accentuates the angular form and faceted shapes from the outside, and is carried through the interior with the white washed walls, floor and ceiling.
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