A million visitors have explored Mathematics: The Winton Gallery at London’s Science Museum since its opening. Mathematics defines the design by Zaha Hadid Architects for the gallery. Inspired by the Handley Page aircraft, the design is driven by equations of airflow used in the aviation industry.
Design by ABIR architects of a 850sqm visitor centre with gallery, café, retail and community spaces. The transitional gateway design connects the museum to two new clusters of buildings facing a central entrance court. The museum holds a collection of over 50 vernacular buildings spanning almost 10 centuries.
Architect: Dou Zhi
The architect tried to use the way of dynamic expression to emphasize the direction and guidance of the Exhibition Center. At the same time of realizing iconic, the architecture has become a dynamic line of sight guide for the north main building group of the Innovation Park.
New $23m building design by Caples Jefferson Architects will broaden public’s understanding of Armstrong’s life and legacy with a new Exhibition Gallery, 68-seat Jazz Club, and Museum Store to complement the visitor experience at the Museum in Queens, NY.
The Conservation and Resource Centre, for storage and study of the collections, is on a plot of formerly military land. The building houses all the museum’s reserves plus its documentary collections, its library and its scientific archives.
A 20,000-sqft space in a historic cast-iron building in downtown Louisville’s West Main Street Historic District. The gut-renovation aimed to restore strength and clarity of the original building whilst creating a dynamic new space for contemporary art and performance.
The British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre is one of the largest redevelopment projects in the British Museum’s 260-year history. Designed by senior partner Graham Stirk, with partner John McElgunn as project architect, the building’s simple exterior belies the complexity of the site, and marks a new phase of the practice’s architectural output.
The British Museum’s £135 m World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre shortlisted for the Stirling Prize. This new building redevelopment designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners provides world class facilities for visitors and researchers taking conservation, scientific research and collection management to a new level of excellence.
Their designs have improved the site’s functional layout, as well as provide new orientation, exhibition and learning spaces. To cater for increasing visitor numbers, the building has been re-organised and its complex spatial relationships altered.
Architects: BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group
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.
Design: SANDWICH Inc.
KOHTEI is an art pavilion built in Shinshoji Zen Museum and Gardens within the campus of Tenshinzan Shinshoji temple in Fukuyama-city, Hiroshima, Japan.
Design: CCTN Architectural Design Co. Ltd
No. 3 Blast Furnace is the first blast furnace museum in China, and also an inevitable result of excess capacity transition; it is a problem to demolish it or not, and more importantly, how to reserve it.
Design: Xinjiang Wind Architectural Design & Research Institute Co.,Ltd.
The museum is situated in Tuoli Township of Nanshan Grasslands, 30 km from Urumqi City, and is built on the site of a previous grain shop that existed more than sixty years ago.