Architect Rojkind Arq reveals design for Nestlé chocolate museum in Mexico

This is the new Nestlé chocolate museum in Mexico, designed by Mexican architect Rojkind Arq.

The museum has a 300m facade along a motorway 39 miles south-west of the capital, Mexico City. It includes a theatre, a shop and a passage to a tunnel inside the existing chocolate factory. Its playful shape is designed to appeal to children.

The building took just two-and-a-half months to finish, including design and construction.