Text description provided by the architects. A combination of abstract landscape is interested into the architectural framework for enhancing a stronger bond between the exhibition area and public space within the gallery. Three crucial formats are applied in the design for achieving the goal of unifying all space to be under one same theme.
Vertical installations in geometric state are constructed to fill up the void in the interior. This doesn’t only contribute to the connection between the three storeys but also creates a unified and lively ambience with the natural light through the linear, translucent window framing of the building.
Fragmented installations of small triangles are placed around where exhibits live. The designer aims to break the boundary, edge or limitation of art pieces, hence, encourages an intimate relationship between space and people.
A mellow installation is revealed on the carpet in the corridor with matching geometric pattern to other indoor landscapes which effectively and dynamically links up this upper public space with the rest of the elements within the building.