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New Taipei City Museum of Art Proposal / Jean-loup BALDACCI & Atelier BORONSKI

Courtesy of Jean-loup BALDACCI & Atelier BORONSKI
Courtesy of Jean-loup BALDACCI & Atelier BORONSKI

Jean-loup BALDACCI & Atelier BORONSKI shared with us their first prize winning proposal for the New Taipei Museum of Art competition. Their aim was to create a field of dreams; a building for the people. Its existence actually extends the park and because it merges street and park it invites a high degree of participation. It is completely accessible for people to walk and even ride bicycles all over. The public can easily ‘take possession’ of this building, even just to come and sit on the grass and enjoy the view as they picnic on these huge pieces of ‘ground’ floating in the sky. But through various openings and glazed apertures the interiors beckon. More images and architects’ description after the break.