Museo Soumaya, designed by Mexican architect Fernando Romero (with consultation by Frank Gehry), consists of two buildings in Mexico City's Polanco neighborhood. Both museums are striking, but it's the one at Plaza Carso that truly stands out. The asymmetric building is covered in more than 16,000 aluminum hexagons, which shimmer from every angle. The translucent roof allows the bright sunlight to be gently filtered (and therefore perfect for your photos). —C.M.