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MVRDV Releases Alternative Proposal for Taoyuan Museum of Art

MVRDV Releases Alternative Proposal for Taoyuan Museum of Art
MVRDV Releases Alternative Proposal for Taoyuan Museum of Art, Courtesy of MVRDV + JJP
Courtesy of MVRDV + JJP

MVRDV has released details of their alternative design for the Taoyuan Museum of Art, an entry for an international competition ultimately won by Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop. The MVRDV scheme, developed in collaboration with JJP Architects and Planners, seeks to become a nature-centered cultural destination, transforming the area into a “cherry room for the city.”

Throughout the design process, MVRDV drew inspiration from the natural world, recognizing the potential for public spaces in the rapidly-expanding Taoyuan City to blur the boundaries between the built and natural environment.

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Courtesy of MVRDV + JJP
Courtesy of MVRDV + JJP
Courtesy of MVRDV + JJP
Courtesy of MVRDV + JJP

As part of the proposal, an existing river to the south of the site is enhanced with a “green edge” featuring paths and reed planting. The existing park forming the site is turned into a “true jungle” with the museum's facades hosting flowers and plants, while water features offer cooling during hot summer months.

Courtesy of MVRDV + JJP
Courtesy of MVRDV + JJP

In order to avoid hampering connections between the museum and the adjacent Blue Pond Park, a series of human-scale buildings are proposed, circular in form to avoid hard edges. Described by MVRDV as “petal-like volumes,” the forms create connections and shadows through a series of overhangs and shading. A pinkish aluminum façade enhances a sense of vibrancy and color, while roof terraces with cherry trees add to the green qualities of the buildings and park.

Courtesy of MVRDV + JJP
Courtesy of MVRDV + JJP

The MVRDV and JJP submission received third place in the international competition for the museum’s design. The winning proposal by Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop can be viewed here.

News via: MVRDV

  • Architects

  • Location

    Blue Pond Park, Section 2, Gaotie South Road, Zhongli District, Taoyuan City, Taiwan 320, Taiwan
  • Architect (MVRDV)

    Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries
  • Architect (J J Pan & Partners)

    Joshua Pan, Su Chungwei
  • Design Team (MVRDV)

    Winy Maas, Wenchian Shi, Hui Hsin Liao with Cosimo Scotucci, Daehee Suk, Boris Maas, Alessio Palmieri, Vedran Skansi, Javier Lopez Manchero, Seul Lee, Maria Stamati
  • Design Team (J J Pan & Partners)

    Joshua Pan, Su Chungwei, David Lee, Wu Yu-Chiao, Sung Hsiu-Tzu, Shao Ching, Tseng Yen-Chin, Chen Yang-Sheng, Hsieh Wei-Lun, Hsiao Chun-Hao, Ady Tsai
  • Visualization

    Antonio Luca Coco, Luca Piattelli, Francesco Vitale, Kirill Emieianov, Pavlos Venturis, Giovanni Coni
  • Landscape

    TOPOTEK1
  • Engineering

    Steensen Varmin
  • Consultants

    Envision Engineering Consultants, Environmental Arts Design, The Urbanists Collaborative, Yuan-Tai Engineering Consulting Co. Ltd, Majestic Engineering Consultants, INC., Taiwan Tech and Pei-ni Beatrice Hsieh
  • Area

    29000.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2018

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Cite: Niall Patrick Walsh. "MVRDV Releases Alternative Proposal for Taoyuan Museum of Art" 20 Mar 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/891054/mvrdv-releases-alternative-proposal-for-taoyuan-museum-of-art/> ISSN 0719-8884
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