The Museum of Flamenco will be a landmark of the city. The Museum is inspired by a traditional costume of Spain, “Trajes de Faralaes (ruffled dresses).” A splendid facade of the Museum represents the pure passion of Flamenco. A white, ruffled and translucent glass facade represents the soul of Flamenco, as well as having a functional purpose; controlling direct light and the structural system. Translucent glass blocks direct light primarily and inner rotatable louvers control the amount of light entering the museum. By using interior lighting, this skin system provides a variety of images for the museum. Another important feature is distinct relationship between the public and museum space. The museum has a movable stage in the center of the building. When the stage is on the ground, the hall creates a courtyard which is open to the public. In this scenario, the stage will be used as a casual performance space. When the stage is on the top level usually for night events, the roof will be used as a large amphitheater and the ground floor will be used as a large foyer for big exclusive events.