The Museum of Tomorrow is part of the major gentrification project upon the Pier Maua for the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics. Designed by Santiago Calatrava who was already responsible for the Milwaukee Art Museum, the museum features a sustainable and eco-friendly architecture. The transforming façade allows the museum to adapt to changing environmental conditions. Surrounded by pools of rainwater and gardens, the building will generate its own electricity through photovoltaic panels on the roof. Due to open in 2014, visitor will experience modern technology through audiovisual environments and interactive installations and games, simulating future scenarios.