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Revolution Precrafted Museums

Enjoy art exhibits and performances at our Revolution Museums: Four (4) modern museum structures by four notable Pritzker Prize designers -the only major museum of this caliber in Southeast Asia dedicated to the visual arts, performing arts, architecture and design, as well as art and technology.

Christian de Portzamparc

Christian de Portzamparc is the first French architect to be awarded the highest distinction in architecture, the equivalent of the Nobel Prize, the Pritzker Prize at the age of fifty. The towers created by Christian de Portzamparc is the result of his research on the verticality and sculptural dimension, crystallized around the characteristics of prismatic shapes.

The most widely recognized example is the LVMH Tower in New York, United States, followed by competition for the Hearst Tower in 2000, soon accompanied by the tower residential 400 Park Avenue in Manhattan, New York.

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Revolution Museum of Design & Architecture

The Revolution Museum of Design & Architecture, is a building composed of various elements that can be positioned differently, in order to adapt perfectly to the site and the program.

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It is entirely composed of 3 different types of modules. The material finishes of the different modules change depending on the use of its programmatic attribution.

Jean Nouvel Design

Jean Nouvel Design is a multidisciplinary team working in the fields of furniture design, interior design, scenography, and visual communications. Jean Nouvel’s œuvre follows the tradition of philosopher architects who design whole worlds of all dimensions.

In 2008, he was awarded the Pritzker Prize, architecture’s highest honor, for his work on more than 200 projects.

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REVOLUTION MUSEUM OF VISUAL ARTS

The Revolution Visual Arts Museum is a modular system, that is highly configurable and adapts to the requirements of the program.

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The Main Bloc can have multiple, interchangeable attachments depending on the need, each of which has its unique structural design—the Vault, the Shed, and the Gable, all play a part in creating an inimitable design configuration.

Philip Johnson Alan Ritchie Architects

The firm of Philip Johnson / Alan Ritchie Architects has been recognized as one of the most creative and innovative architectural firms for over half a century.

The firm’s philosophy is founded on the belief that understanding the client’s desires, needs and goals is an essential first step in generating designs that are functionally and aesthetically successful.

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REVOLUTION MUSEUM OF ART & TECHNOLOGY

The design is based on sixty-foot cube that is bisected into two sections or modules to create a strong geometric statement. Depending on the size of the Museum proposed and type of the exhibit space required the building can be designed as a single module or placed front to front, back to back or side by side.

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The main feature of the building will be a 45-degree sloping roof plane which will make a striking statement from both inside and out. Through the use of translucent panels, sunlight will filter through to the exhibit area below, and at a night, a soft glow from the technology installations inside will emanate through the roof.

Tange Associates

The history of Tange Associates began with the founding of Kenzo Tange Studios in 1946. One of the studio’s first projects was the design of the Hiroshima Peace Park, to commemorate the rise of a new era of peace. Tange Associates takes pride in each and every one of its designs.

They are the result of a creative passion. The company not only draws on its extensive experience, but also continues to explore developments in societal and environmental issues to keep ahead of its time.

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Revolution Museum of Performing Arts

The Revolution Performing Arts Museum’s appearance of a floating jewel over a carpet-like surface is inspired by the Itsukushima shrine in Miyajima, Japan.

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The warm and welcoming champagne gold aluminum panels and the light tearing through the pavilion enclosure, attracts passersby but also contrasts the heftiness of the paneling and concrete surface. The Museum is floating and mobile, but also robust and bold.

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