A hagyomány egyensúlya
journal contributionposted on 08.09.2020, 09:51 by Matyas Gutai
Kengo Kuma’s museums always reinterpret local tradition, and his new work in Turkey, Odunpazari Modern Museum is another example of this design approach. Wooden architecture has great trradition in Turkey, so Kengo Kuma chose this material, which results in a playful appearance with horizontal wooden lamels and light filtering through. Not only the facades, but the floor plan was also influenced by vernacular architecture, hence the rotated building masses that also create new, contemporary public spaces.
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- Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering