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This book takes the architecture and display features of museums as its content, displaying various thematic museums’ features in modeling and space design. From the use of materials to their cultural and regional embodiment, the book analyses the cultural and historical connotations of museum design systematically.

Thematic Museums

No matter how glorious a culture used to be, it will be replaced by a new culture, without any exception. Human beings are creating new cultures continually, while the culture itself cannot be immortal. However, we can still seek the traces of these cultures through some vehicle, which is the museum.

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Thematic Museums

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Thematic Museums

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CONTENTS

HISTORY MUSEUM

ART MUSEUM

158

Tel Aviv Museum of Art

240

Polish Aviation Museum

6

The New Museum Aan de Stroom

74

Yokosuka Museum of Art

172

The Bronx Museum of the Arts Expansion, North Wing

248

NestlĂŠ Chocolate Museum

12

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

80

Museum Villa Vauban

178

Erie Art Museum

256

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

20

Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum

86

Grand Rapids Art Museum

186

Lam - Lille Museum of Modern, Contermproary and Outsider Art

262

Museum of Energy

24

Shimane Museum of Ancient Izumo

97

ARoS Arrthus Museum of Art

194

Museo Soumaya

268

National Automobile Museum

28

Museum of Liverpool

102

Crpatoa Museum of Contemporary Art

202

Museum ABC Illustration and Design Centre

274

Canadian Museum of Nature

34

New Mexico History Museum

110

Extension of the Denver Art Museum

44

Madinat al Zahra Museum

122

Musee Herge

52

Carabineros Museum of Chile

128

Mecenat Art Museum

208

Labyrinth of Sciences and The Arts Museum

282

Lyon House Museum

60

Extension of the National Maritime Museum

134

Museum of Culture, Fine Arts and Science, Changchun

214

Riverside Museum

288

Mimesis Museum

68

Waterloo Region Museum

140

Crocker Art Museum

220

National Automobile Museum Renovation and Extension

296

ECO MUSEUM in Rennes

146

Jiangsu Provincial Art Museum

226

Welios Science Museum

152

Bechtler Museum

234

National Glass Museum

302

INDEX

SCIENCE MUSEUM

COMPREHENSIVE MUSEUM


The New Museum Aan de Stroom Location: Antwerp, Belgium Designer: Neutelings Riedijk Architects Completion Date: 2010 Construction Area: 19,557m2 Photographer: Neutelings Riedijk Architects and City of Antwerp

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Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust Location: Los Angeles, CA,USA Designer: Belzberg Architects Completion Date: 2010 Photographer: Belzberg Architects, Benny Chan-Fotoworks, Iwan Baan

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Exhibit Plan: 1. Taper atrium 2. Gallery 3. Audio room

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Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum Location: Auckland, New Zealand Designer: Pete Bossley Architects Total Floor Area: 1,456m 2 Completion Date: 2009 Photographer: Simon Devitt Awards: 2011 Property Council NZ, Excellence Award in Special Purpose Category; 2010 NZ Institute of Architects, Auckland Public Architecture Award

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Facing Above: North elevation Facing Below: East elevation at night

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Ground Floor Plan 1. Existing gallery 2. Hobson Wharf 3. Entrance 4. Introduction 5. Local segment 6. Technology segment 7. NZL32 hanging above 8. Store 9. Gallery of yachts 10. NZL32 segment 11. Sir Peter Blake segment 12. Ramp up over 13. Blake Theatre 14. Void 15. NZL32 16. Blue water segment 17. Theatre

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Shimane Museum of Ancient Izumo Location: Izumo City, Japan Designer: Fumihiko Maki + Maki and Associates Completion Date: 2006 Construction Area: 11,855m2 Photographer: Toshiharu Kitajima, Makoto Yoshida

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Museum of Liverpool Location: Liverpool, UK Designer: 3XN Completion Date: 2011 Site Area: 13,000m2 Photographer: Pete Carr, Philip Handforth, Richard White

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New Mexico History Museum Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico State, USA Designer: SaylorGregg Architects Completion Date: 2009 Construction Area: 8.919m2 Photographer: Kirk Gittings, Gallagher & Associates Award Name: 2010 N. M. Heritage Preservation Award for Urban Design with an Historic Context

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Above: Entrance to The Palace Facing Above: The second floor Facing Below Right: Entrance

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Ground Floor Plan: A. The Palace of the Governors B. Fray Angelico Chavez History Library and Photo Archive C. Meem Community Room 1. Tickets 2. Museum shop 3. Exhibit lobby 4. Exhibit 5. Learning centre 6. Administration/security 7. Receiving 8. Mechanical 9. Palace / History Museum portal

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Madinat al-Zahra Museum Location: Cordoba, Spain Designer: Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos S.L.P Completion Date: 2008 Site Area: 9,125m2 Photographer: Preparar Y Enviar Award Name: 2010 Shortlist of Aga Khan Award for Architecture

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Below: Landscape around the museum Facing Above: Aerial view Facing Below: Archaeological site of al-Zahra

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Above: View of approach and entrance

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Location: Santiago, Chile Designer: Gonzalo Mardones Viviani Completion Date: 2008 Construction Area: 4,550m2 Photographer: Gonzalo Mardones Viviani

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Facing Above: Show room Facing Below: Lobby


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Extension of the National Maritime Museum Location: London, UK Designer: C. F. Møller Architects Completion Date: 2011 Construction Area: 7,300m2 Photographer: Julian Weyer

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Section E-E: 1. CafĂŠ terrace 2. Self-service cafĂŠ 3. Brasserie terrace 4. Brasserie 5. Toilets/cloakroom

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6. Interactive gallery 7. Archives 8. Reading room 9. Treasures zone 10. Special exhibition gallery 11. Plant room/AHU

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Section B-B: 1. Loading bay 2. Brasserie 3. Brasserie terrace 4. Skylight 5. Terrace 6. Toilets/cloakroom

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7. Reception 8. Lobby 9. Exhibition lobby 10. Plant room/electrical 11. Plant room/AHU 12. Toilets 13. Exhibition transit storage

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Waterloo Region Museum Location: Kitchener, Canada Designer: Moriyama & Teshima Architects in association with The Walter Fedy Partnership Construction Area: 4,360m2 Completion Date: 2011 Photographer: Tom Arban

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Section Detail: 1. White roof 2. High-level air supply 3. Sun shade 4. Recycled wood 5. High performance Low-E glazing 6. Sun shade 7. Timber column in background 8. Recycled wood on front desk 9. Hated floor 10. Pool (Grey water cistern) 11. Entrance info desk


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Yokosuka Museum of Art Location: Yokosuka City, Japan Designer: Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop Completion Date: 2006 Photographer: Sergio Pirrone Award Name: 49th BCS (Building Contractors Society) Prize in 2008

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Section1: 1. Exhibition hall 2. Gallery 3. Storage 4. Storage anterior chamber 5. Restaurant 6. Curator’s office 7. Light well 8. Information lounge 9. Volunteer staff room 10. Library

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Museum Villa Vauban Location: Luxembourg City, Luxembourg Designer: Philippe Schmit Architects Construction Area: 2,045m2 Completion Date: 2010 Photographer: Lukas Roth Award: 1st Prize TECU Architecture Award 2010

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1. Hall 2. Elevator 3. Entrance 4. Exhibition space 5. Staircase 6. Passage

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Grand Rapids Art Museum Location: Grand Rapids, USA Designer: WHY Architecture Completion Date: 2007 Construction Area: 11,613m2 Photographer: Kulapat Yantrasast

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Art and the Environment: Design Solutions (Left): 1. Energy-saving Skylights Tailored to Light Levels for Art: Natural light enters through triple-layered glass with ultraviolet protection and adjustable louvers to provide suitable light 2. Safe and Energy-efďŹ cient Indoor Air Quality Control: Carbon dioxide monitoring, low-emitting materials and strict chemical/pollutant control 3. CertiďŹ ed Wood Flooring: White oak planks used in the gallery come from sustainably harvested forests in the Northwest, certified by Forest Stewardship Council 4. Local Materials: Much of the building’s materials are sourced locally - the concrete is made from cement, sand and stone from sources near Lake Michigan 5. Use of Recycled and Recyclable Materials: Building’s insulation materials made from recycled paper and fiber. Recyclable carpeting made from digestible corn-based plastic 6. Public Transportation Friendly: Bicycle racks and staff showers in the facility 7. Water-efďŹ cient Landscape Design 8. Educate and Inform the Public about Green Building and the Environment: Regeneration of underdeveloped urban site 9. Innovative Air-conditioning System: Energy-saving air conditioning uses 3 of 3.6-metre-diameter energy wheels to bring in fresh air. Indirect evaporative cooling method for air-conditioning. Ozone depletion policy 10. Small Building Footprint: Leaving parts of the land for park, courtyards and water features 11. Natural Water Recycling: Rain and snow water is stored and recycled for toilets, plant irrigation, pool and water wall 12. Energy-saving Construction: Efficient insulation for solid concrete walls and glass walls 13. Green Housekeeping and Strict Recycling Programme 14. Eco-friendly Entrance: Large front portico gives protection in the harsh winter and shade in the summer for activities 15. Natural Light + Energy Saving Features: Resourceful use of natural light through large windows and skylights without harming the art. 3 layers of filters: exterior louvers, energy-saving insulated glass with argon gas and fabric scrim for light filtering in public area


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ARoS Aarhus Museum of Art Location: Aarhus, Denmark Designer: Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects Completion Date: 2004 Site Area: 17,700m2 Photographer: Schmidt hammer lassen architects Awards: 2004 Aarhus Municipality’s Architecture Prize, 2004 FX Awards Best Museum and 2004 InSitu Prize

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Croatia Museum of Contemporary Art Location: Zagreb, Croatia Designer: Igor Franić, Studio za arhitekturu d.o.o. Completion Date: 2009 Construction Area: 18,000m2 Photographer: Filip Beusan, Damir Fabijanic, Sandro Lendler

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Facing Above: Night view Facing Below: Axonometry Below and Bottom: Longitudinal sections


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Extension to the Denver Art Museum Location: Denver, USA Designer: SDL WITH Davis Partnership Completion Date: 2006 Construction Area: 16,723m2 Photographer: SDL, BitterBredt, Michele Nastasi, DAM

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From Top to Bottom: Panoramanic of DAM from East; East elevation; North-South section from east; Aerial view of museum and museum residences Facing Above: DAM’s enormous cantilever hovers over the street

Section Looking East: 1. Permanent exhibition 2. Restroom 3. Atrium 4. Mechanical 5. Meeting room 6. Lobby 7. Passage 8. Auditorium lobby 9. Art storage 4 1

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Section Looking North: 1. Mechanical 2. Restroom 3. Permanent exhibition 4. Lift lobby 5. Office 6. Atrium 7. Auditorium lobby

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Left: Atrium stair showing digital Engi installation Facing: View of atrium stair from ground floor

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Above, Facing Above and Below: Contemporary Art Gallery Left: Antony Gormley’s Quantum Could

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Facing: Rock formation digital video porojection Above: Auditorium

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Musee HergĂŠ Location: Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium Designer: Atelier Christian de Portzamparc Completion Date: 2009 Site Area: 3,600m2 Photographer: Nicolas Borel

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Left: Site plan Below: The volume of the museum, simple lens, seems to float in the forest and on the road, make a pass like a ship Facing: From the dock, a large eye can be seen which would vary depending on the exhibitions and events at the museum. The bridge leads to the museum along the window of the library, bright and alive

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Above: The volume of the museum is divided between voids and solids. The vacuum is the reception area in which are housed four forms, four volumes that contain the showrooms The Following Pages: Left: The tour starts at 3 and runs from one volume to another, alternant cozy atmosphere of dimly lit rooms due to the original and walkways and stairs to the concourse Facing Left Above: The narrative space, a kind of mental maze, in agreement with the world of HergĂŠ. That everything resonates, as in an orchestral score Facing Left Below: This is the main reason why the museum is HergĂŠ and decomposed with its rhythms, its scansions, its failures, its divisions, its crossings, its bridges

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Mecenat Art Museum Location: Hiroshima, Japan Designer: Tetsuya Nakazono (naf architect & design) Completion Date: 2010 Construction Area: 100m2 Photographer: Noriyuki Yano

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Section: 1. Gallery 1 2. Gallery 2


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Museum of Culture, Fine Arts and Science, Changchun Location: Changchun, China Designer: gmp Architekten Completion Date: 2010 Construction Area: 107,500m2 Photographer: Marcus Bredt

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Crocker Art Museum Location: Sacramento, California, USA Designer: Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects (GSAA) Completion Date: 2010 Site Area: 1,188m2 Photographer: Bruce Damonte

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Jiangsu Provincial Art Museum Location: Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China Designer: KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten Completion Date: 2009 Construction Area: 27,449m2 Photographer: Shuhe Photography

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