Most people might be familiar with the Centre Pompidou. One of its architect is the Italian Pritzker Price winner Renzo Piano. The interesting thing about Renzo Piano is that he does not easily have one signature architectural style as for example Frank Gehry with his Bilbao Guggenheim museum. Renzo Piano is much more nimble and continues to surprise me. One of his more recent work is a museum for the Swiss artist Paul Klee. The museum is located in Berne, Switzerland, next to a highway. The striking feature of the museum is its wave-like roof structures that blend into the green hills surrounding the museum. It is humble, discreet but still has a very distinctive structure. Therefore it blends easily with the medieval UNESCO heritage town of Berne. However, his more internationally acclaimed and revered museum in Switzerland is the Fondation Beyeler in Basle. Again, the building easily blends into the surrounding landscape. In contrast to his newer structure in Berne, the interior is as exciting as the exterior. With big windows opening on both sides to the lily ponds, art can be in a dialogue with the surrounding nature, simply brilliant! This became very obvious with the current massive steel structures by Richard Serra, the famous American sculptor. Despite being inside, the structure somehow extends into the surrounding fields and the open space. Absolutely breath-taking and well-worth a visit!