Human Body Museum is an exhibition showcasing human bodies that have been preserved through a process called plastination and dissected to display bodily systems in active and interesting poses. The main features besides the galleries are the semi-sphere artwork, which contains artwork about the paths of nerves, and the tube of DNA at the center of the design. The design itself was inspired by the circulatory system and the veins coming out of the heart. The tube is placed at the center of all floors to emphasize the centric behavior of the genetic codes for all species so that it is considered as the “heart” of the museum.