MAXXI National Art Museum is a 21st century art museum in Rome, Italy. It was built between 1998 and 2010, and was designed by Zaha Hadid. The interior of the building contains systems of stairs and tubes overlapping and intersecting with each other. But will this modern wonder survive longer that the ancient roman structures?
100 Years after People: Inside the MAXXI museum, the long tubes of stairs is corroding. A staircase cracks off the walkway and comes crashing down, falling on other walkways and making a cascade of collapses.
200 Years after People: Outside, the corroding support colums holding the fasade up is failing. Soon, the weight of the structure becomes to much for the museum, and the fasade collapses down on the street. The newest wonder in Rome is far outlasted by the ancient Colosseum and other roman structures.