Minima | Maxima is a 13.1-meters (44-ft) sculpture by a French-American artist Marc Fornes.
Made out of 7,000 curved aluminum sheets and assembled on site, the piece's three layers ultimately create the skeleton with its inner voids and smooth physicality of the surface. The sculpture, recalling organic shapes often visible in nature, represents disappearing coral reefs that are especially sensitive to the rise of temperatures and ocean levels. Minima Maxima is highly regarded by many members of the professional community of architects, artists, and industrial designers. It has been featured in a number of publications including Archdaily, Design Boom, Art in America, and Architect Magazine.