The design for the Gui’an New District Urban Planning and Architectural Art Exhibition Hall intends to create a cultural landmark building and a city reception hall that reflects the urban spatial structure, is fully integrated into the urban landscape system, and blends together the urban planning and the architectural art exhibition functions. Given that current exhibition halls generally have uninteresting public spaces and often lack shared space, the public space in this design has been made the focus of the building, with more functions and greater outside connections. Furthermore, the existing terrain has been made full use of, integrating business, communication, art display, rest, and landscape space to provide an outdoor art sharing platform in order to enhance the popularity of the museum.
Client: Gui’an New District Government
Location: Gui’an New District, Guizhou, China
Site Area: 80,000 m2
Building Area: 137,000 m2
Design Date: 2015