Museum Liaunig was expanded by 2500 sq meters and will be opened to the public on the 26th of April, 2015.
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The library building was designed as a prism of glass which creates visual connections for the city to library.
The circular void forms a protected semi-private space, or “espacecalme” within the park, yet it splays open to the north, revealing the interior space to the approaching visitor upon entry.
The Museum enables visitors to understand the nationwide network of the company by going around the hall as if travelling throughout Japan, and to experience Japanese traditions and regional characteristics through the unique Local Kittys.
Con-cave is a spatial intervention that shapes the steep terrain of the site playing with the infiltration of the light: gathering, concentrating and dissipating it through the earthy sinuosity of interconnected underground passageways and tunnels.
Purple rhombuses are drawn using stencils on the concrete, while black ones are drawn in crossed metal cladding creating a dialogue between the new & the old.
The form of each truss changes to create both a gradual incline (to bring people down) and then a sharp upward pitch (to elevate the roof).
Three independent walls covered with copper plates resemble dancing flames like the logo of the city which is a small Flame.
The pavilion contains a large projected moving image of the original press that has brought the industrial machine of the old paper mill back to life.
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Lifting the main exhibition space allows the public and the museum program to float freely underneath creating a connection between the urban fabric and water.
The purpose of this wooden Egg is to create a void, to unveil a new dimension and through it potentiate mystery emphasised through Nelson Garrido’s photography.
SPARK’s entry to a competition held this year under the framework of the Liget Budapest project.
The Museum is open to the public for the first time following restoration and now connected to the adjacent Pinacoteca Civica to create a major museum complex.
The internal galleries have been designed as flexible white box environments.
The architects literally copied Valkosaari island lying in front of Eteläsatama, moved it, rotated it and docked it to the site. A new marina was cut into it.
Hats off to a new museum!
German Hat Museum in Lindenberg opened.
The concept behind the design was to make the building’s heavy materials, concrete and marble, appear light and almost transparent.
The highlight of this project is the rusty red perforated ‘second skin’ façade made out of triangular metal panels probably a reference to the victims of war.