Fulldome Experience Center / FORMA

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With a seating capacity of 300 at its core, the Fulldome Experience Center, designed by FORMA, gives visitors a dynamic interactive space carrying both scientific and educational functions. It includes installations, exhibitions and game zones as well as a cafeteria, gift shop and conference room for the visitors’ comfort and versatility of the building. More images and architects’ description after the break.

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The design required a minimum building area releasing additional space for public zones. Such a solution contributes to the emergence of new scenarios in the open air. Concerts, street plays, public speeches and lectures prove that the multifunctional Fulldome Experience Center can become the heart of the city’s cultural life, and even of the whole country.

Architects: FORMA
Location: Bangkok,
Team: Oleksiy Petrov, Iryna Miroshnykova, Alice Magirovska, Dmytro Prutkin, Vadim Sidash, Victoria Leonchenko, Anna Dobrova
Client: Fulldome.Pro
Technical Solutions: Front Pictures

Type: Concept design
Building Area: 3500 m2
Status: Ongoing

Year: 2011-2012

Cite: Furuto, Alison. "Fulldome Experience Center / FORMA" 29 May 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 27 May 2015. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=237515>
  • Robb

    This is “the reverse Koolhaas”(Taipei Arts Center). Horrible.

  • gerald

    Agreed, (f)O(r)MA copy with disastrous results.

  • Andrew

    OMA God, that’s bad!

  • Marcellus

    why its all about OMA?

  • ARCH-bratan


  • Agustín

    OMA cof KOOLHAAS cof cof

  • Cricket

    This is the third project I have seen form SouthEast Asia on ArchDaily over the past month thats an OMA ripoff. Why is that Asians must look tot he West for inspiration when they have so much (more) history and culture?

    • t_l

      It is a concept design by a firm from Kyiv; what’s it got to do with Asians whatsoever? If there is a problem, it is that the West thinking it is okay to throw those ideas around the world without consideration of contexts.

    • FAB

      They aren’t Asians.

  • Robb

    This guys are ripping off famous firms left and right. Their Busan Opera proposal was also a blatant ripoff. I think their design process is limited to browsing contemporary architects and copying designs.
    And this negative votes on comments is evident of their PR efforts.

  • phil16


    See what I did there?