What’s now? An amazing and modern art center architecture design? Exactly! Although this building is still proposal, but I think that this will be impress everyone. Here it is an art center architecture design which called the Kimball Art Center architecture design. Want to know more about this art center? Then give it a break guys!
Recently I have gathered information about an art center which called the Kimball Art Center. This art center architecture design is proposed by the Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, an architecture design group which is based in New York City. They have completed conceived a building which is framed the views and contained a perspective from which to appropriate the alpine landscape. This design is one of five proposals for the transformation of the Kimball Art Center in Park City
By looked at the picture (inserted in the post which I have reviewed), I can tell that the programs are arranged to give the most outward views of the mountain and the sky. The entry side of this art center is located a Heber and Main Street, it is raised above the sidewalk intended to create a porch. The galleries which are placed above (flank the facade) are cut back to allow the natural light into this entry and the gathering space. The rooms within which the galleries are located – sky rooms on the second level, are surrounded by sheets of hammered and punctured copper.
Inside this ground floor gallery, it placed studios for both digital and manual production. To these studios, a large garage door in the lobby controls the access. A cafe, gift shop and restaurant is accessible directly from Main Street and from within the building lobby. The mezzanine has office space, bathrooms and a community gallery.
Hand glazed brick varying between the green and the copper greets the passerby, it is along the ground floor facade. In coloring these galleries, it seems that the architect chosen to correlation to the existing tones of the Park City. . The old walls of the Kimball Art Center will be sandblasted to bring back their original color. New glazing along Heber Street will give the passersby visual access into the studios.
From the image view I can say that the walls of the sky rooms and the main galleries, located on the top level, are covered in a white scrim. Depending on the time of day, light can either be seen through the white scrim, punctuating through the cuts in the copper facade from within the gallery spaces to the street or vice versa. Two moveable copper panels are affixed to the corners of the building. They can be slid out of place to reveal the scrim surface, allowing fresh air and light to enter the space, or closed in severe weather but offer the community a look into the building. Movies can be projected on the surface, “a transmitter of light and shadow”.
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