Well, basically people know museum is a place for keeping an old think which is very precious, so the museum is becomes an old place thing (it is affected by the function for keeping the old thing). But this is different; this one might be the impressive modern museum design which is called the Roku Museum based in Japan. Feel curious yet? So check this out!
Recently I have searched the information about a modern museum design which have finished created by Hiroshi Nakamura and NAP. This impressive museum is called the Roku Museum architecture design. As I Have said before, this museum is located in Japan, precisely sited in Oyama, Japan. About the measure of the building; the site area is covers for about 705.13 square meters, building area is about the 106.91 square meters, the total floor area of the museum is about 99, 95 square meters. This impressive museum design was completed in October 2010.
I was impressed about the architect brief in developing this project, “bring nature, buildings and people closer together”, so great isn’t? In the city of Oyama in Tochigi prefecture, there is a small private art museum. The information which I have collected said that the owner wanted to build a room to showcase the paintings that were collected by his late father, his names is Roku Tsukada, and a cafe where the people can drop in anytime that has the ambiance of a salon.
There is a lack of the greenery in the area and the sire is on a road with a lot of the traffic thing. But therefore, the architect has decided to plant a grove of the trees to create a tranquil environment in the city which was suitable for the appreciation of the paintings. The architect planted three rows of six tress in a pattern which is being grid shaped so as to allow the sunlight t equally reach each tree, and ensure the area above the site will be fully covered in the future.
Yes it is a great concept to unity the modern building to blend with the nature. It is truly amazed me, two thumbs for the architect. Well that’s all I have got, have a nice day guys!