The design of the museum plays a huge roll in the enjoyment of the artwork. Walking into the Harn museum of art, I was immediately baffled by the high ceilings and the clean modern look of the interior. Walking through the exhibits I was able to better focus on the importance of the artwork due to the simple single-colored walls and floors. The museum was set up by separating different regions of the globe which gave the self-guided tour a feeling as if I was traveling the world, one region at a time. This allowed me to appreciate groups of art from specific cultures together. Towards the front entrance straight across from the doors was a room with ceilings that seemed to be a football field high. In this room were paintings some realistic, others interpretive depictions of cities around the world. I was immersed by the combination of the beautiful paintings of skyscrapers along with the tall ceiling giving that third dimension to the two dimensional drawing.