Archive for the ‘museum & gallery’ category

Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture by LMS Architects, San Francisco – California

June 12th, 2018

LMSA transformed the interior volume into a new arts campus for SFAI which includes 160+ studios, public exhibition galleries, performance installation rooms, multipurpose teaching spaces, a black box theater, and a workshop/maker space.

De Petrus Library, Museum and Community Center by Molenaar&Bol&vanDillen Architects, Vught – The Netherlands

April 18th, 2018

All functions are blended into a large open space which is open to the public. The most striking element is the mezzanine floor. This distinctive element gives the church a new look fitting for its new function. The 500 m2 (5380 sq ft) floor accommodates additional functions such as a study area and meeting rooms.

The Light-Art Gallery by Renesa Architecture Design Interior, India

March 27th, 2018

The ideology of commanding the monolithic curves as per the design and placement of the lights was to initially conceal the heavy structural members at the site as well as provide a design harmony to the viewers path of the latest lighting and art design trends at offer.

Kondo Museum by Mamiya Shinichi Design Studio, Kyoto – Japan

March 20th, 2018

Various hues of dark gray and dim lighting characterize the museum’s atmosphere and accentuate materials such as stone, bamboo, plaster and traditional japanese paper found on the walls, ceiling and floor.

Issey Miyake store by Naoto Fukusawa, Kyoto – Japan

March 20th, 2018

The interior of the storied premises has been created by designer and longtime collaborator Naoto Fukusawa, and is inspired by the classic japanese sumi or ink colour. The retail setting is simple and understated, balancing the structure’s original elements with subtle modern interventions that allow the colourful merchandise to pop across two floors.

Telli bio-boutique by ARROW Architects, Almaty – Kazakhstan

March 14th, 2018

The large, wooden oak feature found within the space is representative of an apple tree and is supposed to connect different spaces of the boutique such as the shop with relaxation areas and the gallery.

Hof van Duivenvoorde visitors center by 70F architecture, Voorschoten – Netherlands

March 7th, 2018

Some of the fixed windows continue up and over the roof-ridge into the back roof plane, towards the monumental garden wall. The building is an example of modern architecture, fitting seamlessly in its 13th-century surroundings defined by the castle

Oka Haus sales gallery by Anonym, Bangkok – Thailand

March 4th, 2018

A cape like interior space, decorated with almost 3,000 pieces of hinging wooden box to shape the internal volume and to impress the guests with excitement.

Turkcell Dialogue Museum by I-AM, Istanbul – Turkey

March 1st, 2018

The main notion of the project was to reflect the experience in which roles in life are switching, and designing an experiential interior in which people, who seize life from a different perspective – without the sense of sight or sense of hearing – are guiding the whole experience.

Garage Design Gallery «Shadows And Shades» by Evolutionary Architecture, Kiev – Ukraine

February 9th, 2018

We use the brick as a message to remind about outdoor area and as a slight hint of garage style. As part of the concept of exterior in interior design we created street art painting on some walls. It brings colours and scale into interior.

‘Guardian Art Center’ by Büro Ole Scheeren, Bejing – China

January 31st, 2018

Conceived as a ‘Machine for Exhibitions and Events’, the hybrid institution is at once an auction house, a museum, an event space, and a cultural lifestyle center. ‘The Guardian Art Center represents a new hybrid concept for a cultural institution that transcends the traditional definitions of a contemporary art space,’ say the architects.

Gucci Garden, Florence – Italy

January 13th, 2018

The new Gucci Garden still features stellar exhibition galleries with a wealth of historic Gucci trophies curated by authoritative Italian fashion critic and curator Maria Luis Frisa and set across several themed rooms.

Brick Kiln Folk Inn & Museum – Interior Design by H DESIGN, Kunshan City – China

January 4th, 2018

The main theme of the interior design is extended with the index of architecture, extracting Jiangnan taste, brick culture and Chinese classical garden culture, aims to achieve the harmony and unity between modernity and tradition.

Lianzhou Museum of Photography by O-office Architects, Lianzhou – China

December 27th, 2017

The architect tries to break down the institutional and commemorative tradition of the museum into a three-dimensional exhibition tour that is co-existed with the old city’s morphology.

Military Museum by Studio Libeskind, Dresden – Germany

November 23rd, 2017

The new extension shines a new light on violence whilst taking an anthropological approach, considering the human causes and effects. Protruding out from the main body of the building, the 200-ton extension holds a 99ft viewing platform that offers views across the historic city.

Museum Macan, Jakarta – Indonesia

November 20th, 2017

The newly opened Museum Macan is Indonesia’s first museum dedicated to modern and contemporary art. The venue is founded by Haryanto Adikoesoemo, an Indonesian business mogul and philanthropist with a penchant for modern art.

Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum by Jean Nouvel, Abu Dhabi – UAE

November 8th, 2017

Louvre Abu Dhabi is the first ever outpost abroad of the renowned Louvre Museum in Paris, and not surprisingly, it oozes a similar grandeur and prestige. Mind you, the French museum has agreed to loan its name to the Emirati venue for 30 years, in addition to providing temporary exhibitions for 15 years, and artworks for ten years.

Science Museum by Coffey Architects, London – UK

November 6th, 2017

Science Museum by Coffey Architects, London – UK

Transmission-Field Tandem by CHU-studio, Beijing – China

October 21st, 2017

This project, the Museum Of International Brewmasters Art, locates in the center of Beijing, a ruin of classical Russian structural industrial building.

Thailand Creative + Design Center by Department of Architecture, Bangkok – Thailand

September 16th, 2017



The new homebase of Thailand Creative + Design Center has been divided into six functional zones, each with a different focus and related facilities in support of the thriving local creative industry. also to be found across the premises are co-working spaces, an exhibition gallery offering a rotating program of events, a fully equipped auditorium seating up to 150 people, and a creative business center for business consulting, exchanging ideas and making new connections, in order to expand one’s business.