The New Taipei City Museum of Art Proposal by OTA+ features a futuristic design that is organic and free-flowing in form. The sensationally squiggly structure is designed to appear as if floating above ground.
From its many unconventional volumes to its curvilinear structural elements, this off-kilter cultural center is meant to be home to a contemporary art museum, children's art museum along with a slew of administrative office spaces.
In addition, the museum will house an underground lecture hall, an art resource center, library, classroom areas and grand atrium spaces showcasing natural light.
Aiming to create a memorable experiential space, OTA+ architect and owner Kory Bieg designs an unexpected and awe-inspiring structure in his New Taipei City Museum of Art Proposal.
Sensationally Squiggly Structures
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Inner-Self Seeking Havens
High-Tech Horticultural Exhibits
Panoramic View Lairs