Back in 2004, the city of Modena, Italy wanted to honor its most famous resident, Enzo Ferrari and contracted the renowned architect Jan Kaplicky to design the "Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari." Kaplicky passed away in 2009, leaving the project to colleague Andrea Morgante of London's Shiro-Studio and three years and $23.6 million later we have what you see in the images above. The museum, built in two parts, is set to feature a host of exhibits, including a gallery of classic Ferraris, historical artifacts, and memorabilia. A constant slope sets the 19 automobiles on display (to be regularly changed with loans from private collections) like sculptures. The Enzo Ferrari museum is open every day except Christmas and New Year’s from 9:30 am to 6:00 or 7:00 pm.

[via Jalopnik]