The museum is located near Central Park in New York City. The orientation of the building is positioned to create the most visual appeal to attract the audience. The façade of the building is made up of solar cells, which are a source of electricity for itself and the surrounding buildings. The main structure consists of steel restrained by a concrete foundation and space structure under the shell. Better transparency is created by using a spider glass system.
In short, if we want to talk about the museum sections and their inspirations, its landscape design is inspired by the rotation of the sky and stars. An iron sphere in the center and the plates around it are reminiscent of the Big Bang. Using an electric telescope can see the constellations within a diaphragm-shaped aperture located in the middle of the large black hole; This diaphragm can be opened and closed depending on the weather. A gallery called Déjà vu has installation art, which is formed by the intersection of spacetime pages.