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Kaohsiung | Exterior Renovation Project of Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts

Kaohsiung | Exterior Renovation Project of Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts

Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts is going to budget 195 million NTD for its “Transformation & Rebirth——Exterior Renovation Project of Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts.” The Museum looks forward to creative proposals from outstanding domestic or foreign architectural teams, based on a “Coronation” concept to strengthen the function of museum’s roof, solve the substantive issue of roof leakage, and endow it with a new image with aesthetic quality by “retrofit” or “facelift” solutions.

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Open Call: Transformation & Rebirth—Exterior Renovation Project of Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts



This project is mainly to upgrade the hardware facilities, improve the appearance of the museum building, and solve the problem of water leakage from the roof. It is expected to make KMFA a museum that can keep up with the times in terms of both hardware and software, becoming a real international exhibition venue.

Different from the planning concept of traditional art museums, the 21st-century art museums emphasize publicity and focus on "people." The museum is no longer just a sacred temple but integrates into daily life. It is a generator of urban creativity and an international platform. From the pure aesthetic to a serial compound, it combines the land texture and the local characteristics, developing a unique large art museum park.

The new space will be more open, accessible, and public. In addition to the beauty and function of the building itself, more consideration is given to the relation between the structure, the environment, and people. It should also have the diversity and flexibility of space utilization. Through this project, it is hoped to deepen the locality, connecting the cities and the world.


Title: Open Call: Transformation & Rebirth—Exterior Renovation Project of Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts
Type: Competition Announcement (Built Projects & Masterplans)
Website: https://www.facebook.com/KMFARenovProject/
Organizers: Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts
Submission Deadline: July 21, 2020 05:00 PM
Venue: Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts
Price: Free

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Kaohsiung | Exterior Renovation Project of Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts



Congratulations!

Oyler Wu Collaborative


Oyler Wu Collaborative is an experimental architecture and design firm located in Los Angeles, California.



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高雄市立美術館外觀改造規劃設計競圖優勝/賴人碩建築師事務所+Oyler Wu Collaborative

高雄市立美術館舉辦外觀改造規劃設計競圖,匯聚了國內、外優秀建築團隊的攜手合作,吸引如:賴人碩建築師事務所+Oyler Wu Collaborative、趙建銘建築師事務所+ASIF KHAN、公羽山松建築師事務所+藤本壯介建築設計事務所、廖志桓建築師事務所等包含臺灣、美國、英國及日本新銳建築師的提案。期待透過徵件設計的過程,不僅能重新凝聚觀眾對美術館的關注,同時也彰顯新型態美術館的創新形象,進一步強化高美館在城市與全球的能見度。





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Oyler Wu Collaborative and Ren Lai Architects to Re-Envision the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts in Taiwan




Written by Christele Harrouk

Oyler Wu Collaborative and Taiwanese partner Ren Lai Architects have won a competition to re-envision the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts in Taiwan. Selected among finalists including Asif Khan with C.M.Chao Architects, Sou Fujimoto Architects with WSAA Design Team, and Liao Architects and Associates, the winning project proposes a newly renovated exterior that seeks to reconnect the building with its evolving context.














Organized by the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts (KMFA), the renovation competition attracted proposals from Taiwan, America, UK, and Japan. Highlighting the innovative image of the brand-new museum, and further strengthening the visibility of the KMFA to the city and to the world, the winning scheme by Oyler Wu Collaborative and Ren Lai Architects is both a transformation and a rebirth.




Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts

Architects: Oyler Wu Collaborative and Ren Lai Architects
Owner: Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts
City: Kaohsiung
Country: Taiwan
Area: 24,000 sq.ft
Year: 2020
Structural Engineer: Dayan Engineering
O.W.C. (Design Team): Dwayne Oyler, Jenny Wu, Andy Magner, Hans Koesters, Thompson Burry, Owen Duross, Marianna Girgenti, Curt Budd, Hans Steffes, Paul Germaine McCoy, Burak Celik
Ren Lai Arch. (Design Team): Ren Lai, Jiann Jyh Wu, Yuan Ru You, Sin Hua Wei
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