Song Art Museum
Studio: Vermilion Zhou Design Group
Project: Song Art Museum
Location: Beijing, China
Category: Art & Culture
Credit: Xia Zhi
Song Art Museum, as a contemporary exhibition hall, is more like a container to embrace various art works. “Govern without intervention”, said Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu.
The architectures remain in purely white and geometrical forms to express the main concept. With 199 pine trees surrounded, makes the whole project more poetic and alive. The pavilions scattered increase the rhythm of traditional and modern combination.
Song transforms everything into geometry and purity from the outside to inner. “Govern without intervention”, said Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu. With its pure existence, any kind of contemporary art is welcome to fit in without doubt.
The courtyard surrounded by the pine trees also provides extra vitality to Song Art Museum. It loads various art crafts from inside, but remains as an art container at the same time.
The oriental sense also becomes the natural rhythm of mutual attraction between traditional and modern architecture.