Who better to design a museum dedicated to the architecture of Toyo Ito than Toyo Ito, himself. Located on the Japanese island of Omishima, the structure is a geometric delight. The volumes of shifting trapezoids, triangles and hexagons are covered with matte metal and filled with drawings and models from Ito’s impressive oeuvre. Does it maybe seem a bit hubristic to build a monument to yourself? Well, architecture requires a kind of hubris, to work with the conviction that you know how people should live… which is a pretty outrageous belief to work under. This kind of archi-cestual exercise of designing a museum about your own work isn’t far removed from what architects do all the time: create artifacts. This particular artifact happens to display artifacts made by the same architect. No big deal, but amusing none the less.