On Monday doors will open to the art collection of France's wealthiest man Bernard Arnault. The collection will be housed in an modern museum in the form of a colossal iceberg. The museum is designed by architect Frank Gehry and took 13 years to build and cost over £80 million.

Gehry also designed the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao and the Walt Disney Museum in Los Angeles. He describes his latest work as a "cloud of glass" and "a sailing ship."


The shape of the building creates the illusion that it is floating over the Jardin d'Acclimatation. The stunning museum features a waterfall, moat and an auditorium where pianist Lang Lang will give the first concert there on October 28th.

Gehry's design is ardorned with Ls and Vs represeting the world's largest luxury conglomerate, LVMH, which Arnault is the head of, the parent group of the Louis Vuitton fashion house.