MAD Architects unveiled the completed China Wood Sculpture Museum located in Harbin, China. The 200-meter long building, sheathed in metal, sits nestled in a densely residential area, adding a cultural and surreal essence to the surrounding urban context.
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Appearing so evident amidst a thriving metropolitan district of Harbin, China, spanning 200 meters in length, the China Wood Sculpture Museum sits as a locational anomaly, seemingly out of place, surrounded by a densely populated Chinese-style neighborhood and residential complexes. The museum embodies some of the foremost conceptual and formal ideals that define the work of MAD, bringing out an expression and abstraction of nature to an otherwise quotidian surrounding. The boundaries between solid and liquid are blurred throughout this 13,000 sqm building, referencing the local natural scenery and landscape.
The building's exterior is covered by polished steel plates, mirroring the surroundings and the changing light. The solid walls ensure minimal heat loss while the breaking and twisting motion of the emerging skylights splits the surface and allows in light from the low-hanging sun of northern China; this provides sufficient natural diffused illumination to the three halls on the interior.
The museum mainly houses local wood sculptures as well as paintings depicting the ice and snow of the regional scenery. In the context of the large-scale modern urban setting, the museum itself serves as a new interpretation of nature. The surreal interaction between the museum and the city breaks through the tedium of the urban shell, revitalizing the surroundings with a new cultural feature.
地点：中国，哈尔滨 类型：博物馆 基地面积：9,788 m2 建筑面积：12,959 m2 建筑长度：196 m 建筑高度：21 m
合作工程师: 哈尔滨工业大学设计院 幕墙顾问: Inhabit Group 建筑表皮优化顾问: Gehry Technologies 钢结构施工单位: 浙江精工钢结构有限公司
主持建筑师：马岩松，党群 设计团队: 于魁, Daniel Gillen, Bas van Wylick, Diego Perez, Jordan Kanter,黄伟, Julian Sattler, 刘维炜, 唐柳, 毛蓓宏, Maria Alejandra Obregon, Nickolas Urano, Gus Chan, Shin Park, Alejandro Gonzalez
China Wood Sculpture Museum 2009 - 2013
Location: Harbin, China Program: Museum Site Area: 9,788 m2 Building Area: 12,959 m2 Building Length: 196 m Building Height: 21 m
Associate Engineers: The Architectural Design and Research Institute of Harbin Institute of Technology Curtain Wall Consultant: Inhabit Group Panel Optimization: Gehry Technologies Steel Structure Contractor: Zhejiang Jing Gong Steel Structure Co. Ltd.
Director in Charge: Ma Yansong, Dang Qun Design Team: Yu Kui, Daniel Gillen, Bas van Wylick, Diego Perez, Jordan Kanter, Huang Wei, Julian Sattler, Liu Weiwei, Tang Liu, Mao Peihong, Maria Alejandra Obregon, Nickolas Urano, Gus Chan, Shin Park, Alejandro Gonzalez
About MAD MAD works in forward looking environments, developing futuristic architecture based on contemporary interpretation of the eastern spirit of nature. All of MAD’s projects - from residential complexes, the workplace to museums and cultural centers - desire to protect a sense of community and orientation toward nature, offering people the freedom to develop their own experience. Founded in 2004 by Ma Yansong, the office gained international attention in 2006 when it was commissioned to design two residential towers near Toronto, Canada, which will be completed by the end of 2012. Other ongoing residential projects by MAD are located in Nanjing, Beihai and Harbin, China, Rome, Italy and Paris, France.