Archive for the ‘Museum’ Category
Sunday, October 22nd, 2017
Article source: KOSSMANN.DEJONG
Kossmann.dejong designs the new Canon of Dutch History exhibition in the Holland Open Air Museum, Arnhem
The Canon of Dutch History, the list of 50 topics that summarises Dutch history, comes to life as a new permanent exhibition in the Holland Open Air Museum in Arnhem. Housed in the refurbished entrance pavilion designed by Mecanoo, Kossmann.dejong’s design is imagined as a multimedia film set. The theatrical combination of physical, interactive and audio-visual media with unique collection presentations results in an engaging and fascinating visual narrative. The carefully reconstructed spatial collage of historic icons is interwoven with stories from everyday people, giving visitors an in-depth experience of the past from today’s perspective.
Image Courtesy © Kossmann.dejong
- Architects: KOSSMANN.DEJONG ( Mecanoo )
- Project: Canon of Dutch History
- Location: Arnhem, the Netherlands
- Client: Holland Open Air Museum
- General concept and content: XPEX
- Project management: Joep Schellekens
- Concept/design AV: Redrum
- Concept/ design interactives: IJsfontein
Friday, October 6th, 2017
Article source: Tiago do Vale Architects
This proposal is about a serene dialogue between opposites: tradition and contemporaneity, construction and nature, unity and fragmentation, presence and absence, skyscrapers and park.
Songdo’s Central Park is a vast green area surrounded with high quality architectural landmarks, such as the TriBowl Cultural Center opposite to the site, and contrasts with an impressive background of high-rise buildings.
Image Courtesy © Tiago do Vale Architects
- Architects: Tiago do Vale Architects
- Project: World Language Museum
- Location: Songdo, South Korea
- Architecture Team: Tiago do Vale, Maria João Araújo, Adele Pinna, Camille Martin, Thuy Thu Nguyen, Laetitia Alves, Margarida Moura
- Construction Area: 168 780 ft2 (15 680 m2)
- Project Year: 2017
Monday, September 4th, 2017
Article source: Foster + Partners
The National Museum of Marine Science and Technology (NMMST), located in the northern Taiwanese city of Keelung, is a key part of the regional vision for a marine educational and recreational park. Combining innovative aquarium design that provides an immersive experience for the audience with an unmatched location alongside the harbour, the project aims to create an exciting new destination for both tourists and the local community.
Image Courtesy © Foster + Partners
- Architects: Foster + Partners
- Project: National Museum Of Marine Science And Technology
- Location: Keelung, Taiwan
Friday, September 1st, 2017
Article source: ELDING OSCARSON
Since Art Historian Ragnar Josephson started to gather an archive documenting the artistic process, about 80 years ago, Skissernas Musuem, Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art, has gradually grown to a large cluster of buildings that, apart from housing the world’s largest collection of sketches, is an important carrier of the identity of the Museum. This is the first extension in the museum’s history that solely addresses its interface, with foyer, restaurant, shop and a multi-purpose hall.
Image Courtesy © Åke E:son Lindman
- Architects: ELDING OSCARSON (Elding Oscarson, team: Jonas Elding (Partner in Charge), Johan Oscarson (Partner in Charge), Tristan Zelic (Project Architect), Matthias Salaets, Paolo Migliori, Yuko Maki, Gustaf Karlsson, Lovisa Lindström, Mattias Wingård, Jérome Malpel, Jennifer Heinfeld)
- Project: Skissernas Museum
- Location: Finngatan 2, Lund , Sweden
- Photography: Åke E:son Lindman
- Client: Statens Fastighetsverk
- Structural Engineer: Tyrens
- Mechanical Engineer: Hagö Konsult
- Electrical Engineer: Ramböll
Friday, August 25th, 2017
Article source: Bjarke Ingels Group and Tinker imagineers
Varde Museums, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, and Tinker Imagineers celebrate the opening of TIRPITZ – a sanctuary in the sand that acts as a gentle counterbalance to the dramatic war history of the site in Blåvand on the west coast of Denmark.
Image Courtesy © Mike Bink Photography
- Architects: Bjarke Ingels Group and Tinker imagineers
- Project: TIRPITZ, a ‘Hidden Museum’
- Location: Blåvand, Denmark
- Photography: Mike Bink Photography, Laurian Ghinitoiu, Colin John Seymour, Erik Bär, Tinker imagineers, Rasmus Hjortshoj, Rasmus Bendix
- Collaborators: Kloosterboer Decor, AKT, BIG IDEAS, Fuldendt, Lüchinger+Meyer, COWI, Svend Ole Hansen, Gade & Mortensen Akustik, Bach Landskab, Ingeniørgruppen syd, Kjæhr & Trillingsgaard, Pelcon
- Size: 2,800 m2
Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017
Article source: Xinjiang Wind Architectural Design & Research Institute Co.,Ltd.
Western or Eastern?
DongZhuang-Building Museum of Western Regions, is located in Tuoli Township of Nanshan Grasslands, 30 km away from Urumqi City, and is built on the site of a previous grain shop that existed more than sixty years ago. Since the ancient times, architectural design which is inspired by natural landscape has always been exciting. The Museum, facing the city in the south and backed by the mountain in the north, has no disturbance on surrounding vegetation. From afar, it looks like an off-white stone rolled down from the mountain, standing quietly and naturally in the open and vast Gobi desert of Inner Eurasia. Part of the Museum was designed as a guest house containing a private art gallery and the other is open to the public where passengers could have some rest. Cement, sand, necessary rebar and least glass are all components of the building for ecology protection and resource conservation. The thick walls and small windows shield against the scorching sun in summer and chillness in winter. The principles and methods of traditional technologies for cavity walls, ramming earth, sun-dried mud bricks and laying stones are adopted to construct a simple, reliable and durable building. The texture of materials is highlighted on the building’s surface to obtain a “natural” completeness of a non-specific space. The design respecting the data framework and ecological cycle reflects the diversity, liberty and obscureness of local life and endows the building with liberty, freeness and vitality. DongZhuang is a “transparent” presence, with no clear internal floors, possibilities of uncertain and multiple applications, and UDLR interconnection. It takes advantage of natural presences in a smart way to protect against wind and snow and realize ventilation and day lighting. The perfect concave-convex matching with the outer space and the existing space chiseled and space “created” as required for the workers’ needs makes a building under the concept of “harmony” and “container”.
a corner of DongZhuang, Image Courtesy © Yao Li
- Architects: Xinjiang Wind Architectural Design & Research Institute Co.,Ltd.
- Project: DongZhuang-Building Museum
- Location: Western Ecological Environment Research Center, 23 Baijiangou Village, Tuoli Township, Urumqi County, Xinjiang, China
- Photography: Yao Li
- Design Team: Liu Xu, Zhang Haiyang, Liu Erdong, Zhang Zhong, Zhang Qing, Zhang Jian
- Technical and economic target: land used for building 1,990 m2; building area 800 m2; total construction area 7,700 m2; underground area 1,750 m2; floor area 5,950 m2; building density 40%; floor area ratio 3.87
- Scale of construction: 7,700 m2, with one story underground and 3 stories above ground
- Completed in: July 2016
Friday, August 18th, 2017
Article source: Marcus Novais Architecture
The challenge of designing a new home for one of the largest collections of photography in Brazil, until then kept away from public knowledge, was accepted with great sense of responsibility to display this historical record. The art collection consists of more than 2,000 pieces including historical names such as Steve McCurry, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Marcel Gautherot, who share space with other leading artists in contemporary production – among them are André Liohn, Claudia Andujar, Rosângela Rennó , and others.
Image Courtesy © Celso Oliveira
- Architects: Marcus Novais Architecture (Marcus Novais, Lucas Novais )
- Project: Fortaleza Photography Museum
- Location: Rua Frederico Borges, 545, Fortaleza, Brazil
- Photography: Celso Oliveira and Igor Ribeiro
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp
- Collaborators / Contributors Coordinating Architects: Yuri Praça and Thiago Baêtas
- Team: Fernando Araújo, Daphny Xavier, Renato Oliveira, Andrinne Araújo, Marcela Craveiro Curatorship / Curatorship Ivo Mesquita
- Surface: 1,939.05 m²
- Completion: 2017
Sunday, August 6th, 2017
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects
Designs for the Sleuk Rith Institute – a new institution and genocide memorial in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh – have been unveiled. The institute brings together a museum, research centre, graduate school, document archives and research library.
The vision of Youk Chhang, a tireless human rights activist and investigator of the Khmer Rouge atrocities, the Sleuk Rith Institute was founded by Chhang as a focus for reflection, healing and reconciliation as well as an enlightening educational and research facility dedicated to commemorating the lives of the past by building a better future.
Library Exterior & Reflecting Pool, Image Courtesy © Zaha Hadid Architects
- Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects
- Project: Sleuk Rith Institute
- Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
- Client: Sleuk Rith Institute, Document Center of Cambodia
- Design: Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher
- Concept Design:
- Design Director: DaeWha Kang
- Lead Designer/Project Leader: Brian Dale
- Project Team: Malgorzata Kowalczyk, Michal Wojtkiewicz, Torsten Broeder, Fernanda Mugnaini
Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017
Article source: Wutopia Lab
Eight tenths Garden is an art museum dedicated to arts and crafts, which can also be used as a venue for the conference in the idle hours. It has a coffee shop, a library, offices, bed and breakfasts, as well as a restaurant, study rooms and chess rooms. It is a micro cultural complex in all.
Eight tenths garden was originally a sales center. The sales center was one of the two-story buildings on the street’s triangular corner, with a four-story circular hall embedded on the top of it. The entrance is located on the garth of the triangle. The other two sides of the building were the neighborhood committee and shops along the street.
Image Courtesy © CreatAR
- Architects: Wutopia Lab
- Project: Eight tenths Garden
- Location: Shanghai, China
- Photography: CreatAR
- Client: Shi Huijuan
- LDI: Shanghai DuJuan Engineering Design and Consultants Limited
- Interior Design: ShangRuiYuan Building Design Consultants Limited
- Landscape design: Atelier VISION
- Chief architect: Yu Ting
Sunday, July 16th, 2017
Article source: KOMA Architects
This architectural project was commissioned as a monument to the national patriot Son Yang Won who was made a saint of the protestant church, for a life of holy sacrifice and devout Christian faith during Japanese Colonial Era. The project has been constructed as a ‘Symbolic space memorial’, in which the three guiding mentalities of Son Yang Won, ‘Resistance’, ‘Sacrifice’, and ‘Reconciliation’ are structured for view throughout the three exhibition spaces.
Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon
- Architects: KOMA Architects
- Project: Son Yang Won Memorial Museum
- Location: Gusung-ri, Chilwon-myeon, Haman-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea
- Photography: Joonhwan Yoon
- Client: Son Yang Won Memorial Society
- Structure engineer: Sen Structural Engineers
- Mechanical engineer: Jusung ENG
- Electrical engineer: Hangil Engineering
- Construction: Conerstone Construction
- Landscape Design: Yun Youngjo
- Built Area: 1,268.06㎡
- Completion Year: April, 2016