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By Kecheng Liu, Katy Lee

Via showcasing chinese language museums, the publication finds modern chinese language architects exploration of conventional and smooth types. every one museum undertaking during this booklet conveys a sublime and dignity surroundings via its distinctive beneficial properties and creative expressions. within the interactive strategy between structure, inside and panorama, every one venture expresses the architect s appreciate to collections, atmospheres and viewers studies

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The patterns on the exterior walls are derived from the invaluable Tripod of Chu, a piece of exhibit in the museum. They give the architecture a sense of dignity that belongs to the ancient bronze ware. The inner surfaces of the openings on the walls are clad with timber panels, a typical material of Anhui architecture that gives out a natural and elegant air. The difference between exterior and inner surfaces of the walls forms pleasant contrast of heaviness and lightness, roughness and delicacy, coldness and warmth – a reflection of the diversification in geography and culture in the region.

VIP 3. Lounge 一层平面图: 1. 入口大厅 2. 贵宾接待室 3. 休息厅 059 Renderings of interior 室内效果图 3-5. Pure interior spaces 3-5. 纯净的内部设计 1 1 Level 2 (Left Above) and Level 3 (Left): 1. Exhibition hall 二层平面图(左上图) 和三层平面图(左图): 1. , Ltd. 13% 停车位:200辆 建成时间:2009年 建筑设计:陕西省古迹遗址保护工程技术研究中心, 西安建筑科技大学建筑设计研究院刘克成工作室 主设计师:刘克成,肖莉 建筑设计师:吴迪,樊纯飞,王力,张旭迎 结构设计师:翁君耀,陈华良 暖通空调师:田佳力 给排水工程师:朱国林 电器工程师:张军 摄影师:吕恒中 业主:西安大唐西市博物馆 建筑材料:钢筋混凝土、钢、玻璃、装饰混凝土挂板等。 奖项:2008年香港深圳双城双年展特邀参展作品、 2010年第十二届威尼斯建筑双年展中国参展作品、 2010年WA中国建筑奖入围作品、 2010年中国建筑传媒奖最佳建筑奖入围作品、 2011年第六届中国建筑学会建筑创作佳作奖。 Background The Tang West Market Museum is constructed on top of the former West Market of the Tang Dynasty capital Chang’an, and it includes preservation of the historical site of Chang’an West Market, exhibition of the West Market relics, exhibition on the Silk Road culture and other auxiliary programmes.

Rational new city outside. Encapsulated by a sinuous façade, the museum sits upon sloping hills – a gesture to the recent desert past and now a favourite gathering place for local children and families, even before construction was completed. The project was first envisioned six years ago in 2005, in the then-desert wilderness of Inner Mongolia, when the municipal government of Ordos commissioned MAD to design a museum for the unbuilt metropolis. Amidst the controversy surrounding the planned city, it became evident that the museum for Ordos must navigate the many contradictions that emerge when local culture meets with visions of the future city.

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