One of the most anticipated events of the last quarter of 2014 was the opening of Panama City's Biomuseo. The Frank Gehry–designed museum—his only building in Latin America to date—brings a pop of welcome color to the industrial-looking Amador Causeway. Architecture aficionados will be drawn to the structure even if they have little interest in what it houses. Inside, visitors will find eight galleries, the majority of them devoted to displaying Panama's biodiversity and explaining the country's geological and biological origins. Outside, "El Bioparque" functions as an extension of the exhibits, and features native flora.