天津滨海新区文化中心滨海美术馆(Tianjin Binhai Museum )- gmp Architects

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建筑设计:gmp Architects
地点:天津市,滨海新区(Binhaixinqu, Tianjin, China)
建筑面积:26500.0 m2
照片版权:Christian Gahl

滨海美术馆位于天津滨海新区文化中心的西北角,滨海现代城市与工业探索馆的对面。美术馆高五层, 总建筑面积26500平方米。建筑呈规则长方体体量,幕墙为浅色天然石材。建筑幕墙由下自上带有细长窗缝的封闭幕墙逐渐取代大面积横向玻璃幕墙。建筑面向艺术长廊和室外街道的一侧,玻璃幕墙与石材立面交接处呈现阶梯式退进结构,从而强调出美术馆的正门,玻璃幕墙实现了通透的视野,另来访者可以一窥馆内艺术展品的魅力。 
美术馆的三层空间之上将举行多样的当代艺术展览。越层空间内的可移动展墙可根据不同主题自由分隔组合展览空间。灵活的平面组织和7米空间净高可以布置陈列大型展具。照明灯带被整合安装在屋面吊顶内, 为展览空间提供多样的照明方式。可调节的射灯可以营造多种展览和空间的基调。 

Architect in Charge:Meinhard von Gerkan, Stephan Schu?tz, Stephan Rewolle
Project leader :Jinying Sui, Sebastian Linack
Design team:Marco Assandri, Dinah Borjans, Mulyanto, Dimitri Philippe
Project management:Di Wu, Yangjiao Liu
Partner Practice:Tianjin Architectural Design Institute (TADI)
Client:Tianjin Binhai New Area Cultural Center Cci Capital Ltd

Text description provided by the architects. The Tianjin Binhai Cultural Center has been completed with a new museum building designed by Architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp). The Museum of Modern Art is part of the art and cultural complex in the port city of Tianjin, which has been built to a masterplan by gmp. The new building will be used to show exhibitions of work by contemporary artists. With its open layout and mobile wall elements, the museum provides a flexible stage for the art.
With the Tianjin Binhai Cultural Center, Binhai—the new quarter of the eastern Chinese metropolis Tianjin—has received a new cultural center. The special task of this project was gmp’s masterplan for this cultural quarter with its museums, theater, and events buildings, which were designed by various international archi- tects’ practices. The five cultural institutions are connected by a “cultural concourse” that is covered by a series of inverted umbrella-like structures.
The building occupies the north-western corner of the Tianjin Binhai Cultural Center opposite the Science & Technology Museum. The 26,500 square meters of gross floor area of the Museum of Modern Art is arranged over five floors. A cladding of light-colored natural stone panels has been used on the facade of this cube- shaped building. The number of slot-like story-high windows on each floor increases towards the top. Towards the road and the covered “cultural concourse”, the stone envelope is opened up with a stepped glass facade that recedes story by story and, as well as marking the main entrances, provides views to the inside allowing visitors glimpses of the art.
The concept of the design is based on a classical museum building; two symmetrical exhibition wings flank a central area which houses functions such as the formal reception area, an auction room, and a multifunc- tional hall. From the road entrance in the western facade, a wide staircase leads to the central foyer with reception area on the second floor, which is at the same level as the cultural concourse of the Tianjin Binhai Cultural Center. From the cultural concourse entrance, visitors reach the reception area directly via an atrium.
In future, the museum will show the work of contemporary artists on three of its floors. In the loft-like exhi- bition areas, the mobile wall elements can be used to subdivide the space and create rooms of varying sizes to suit the content of each particular exhibition. This flexible layout and a clear room height of seven meters make it possible to exhibit even large installations. Lighting frames are suspended from the ceiling, which pro- vides flexible lighting for the exhibition areas. In addition, there are spotlights that can be variably positioned in order to highlight specific freestanding exhibits.
The fifth floor of the building accommodates the administrative functions. Offices, conference rooms, and staff areas have been arranged around two roof gardens that provide daylight to the adjacent spaces and can be used by staff at break times.

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