Porsche's German museum is the stuff of Stanley Kubrick's dreams. Well, would've been, had he been alive to visit the all-white building, full of clean lines and futuristic-finishings. I don't care much for cars, but hotdamn I have to visit.
The museum opened last year in Zuffenhausen, near Stuttgart, and tells the story of how one of the most famous car manufacturers entered the world and stole the hearts of piston-heads everywhere. Over 80 exhibitions are on show in the 5,600 square meter building, which reportedly cost 100 million Euros ($130m USD) to construct. [Porsche Museum via DesignLenta - Thanks, майоръ!]