Art Center Jiangsu 2020Year 9432㎡
The design maximizes the consideration of the building's' locality '. In terms of spatial planning, we adopt Yangzhou style garden design techniques to divide the overall movement line of the art museum into five parts, creating a picturesque space of Yimen, Eryuan, Santang, Sishui, and Wuyun. We hope to achieve a breathtaking and captivating visual effect by meticulously depicting the relationship between each space and architecture.
The building unfolds towards the canal, forming a dialogue with the river. The waves of the canal stack up and strike on top of the building, forming five wave shaped facades that are staggered in front and back, with different shapes. Intersecting with the volume of architectural glass, the virtual and real are intertwined, making the building and place more closely connected.
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