This was our first visit, to Metz and to the museum itself, which was designed by Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastines. It looks pretty cool, don't you think?
The Husband did a self-portrait inside one of the Wander, Labyrinthine Variations rooms.
Part of the Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Bivouac design exhibit, this divider is made out of styrofoam.
Off to the right, you can make out Metz Cathedral.
I shot this through a divider made up of little plastic "branches" that clip together.
After a couple of hours in the Pompidou, The Husband and I were quite hungry, so I managed to take just one photo before we stopped off for lunch in a Japanese restaurant (with French-speaking Chinese waitstaff). And apparently I was too famished to remember to photograph our sushi and gyoza.
I did manage an interior photo of the Cathedral, our last stop before leaving Metz. Actually, our last stop was at a popular bakery, for tartes au citron and bread to appease our junior connoisseurs des baguettes. They (and we) were happy.