The Tainan Art Museum, Building 2
⭐️Building 2 is approximately 2960 m2 which includes 17 galleries. Some of galleries have been designed with energy efficiency, which can utilize natural sunlight for exhibitions.
⭐️This is the first building in Taiwan, which is designed and planned by the winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize. The design concept of building 2 is inspired by the Delonix regia blossom; the pentagonal exterior symbolizes the building as a culture landmark in Tainan; vertically crossed and overlapped exhibition spaces, combined with large fractal roof constitute the main exterior of Building 2 of TAM.
🚌 Building 2 is located at the intersection of Chongyi Rd. and Youai St., co-built by Shi Zhao Yong and Shigeru Ban, Architects from Japan
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