Christian de Portzamparc
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.
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
Philip Johnson Alan Ritchie Architects
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.
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.
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