The Vanke Triple V Gallery Features Linear Accents

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Feb 15, 2012 • References: modonline & frameweb
The Vanke Triple V Gallery by Ministry of Design is a sharp-edged structure that puts emphasis on bold angular accents. Featuring a triangle-shaped showroom gallery, this distinctive structure sits on the coast of China’s Dong Jiang Bay.

The multi-faceted building features three spikes, each on a different corner, offering three distinct areas, each housed under one of the structure’s triangular peaks. Showcasing a steel-clad facade, this bold architectural piece features a weather-sensitive exterior, designed with the structure’s surrounding typography in mind.

While the exterior of the Vanke Triple V Gallery is sleek and sharp, its interior spaces are clad with wooden panels, giving communal spaces a natural sense of warmth. Whether seen in the day or lit up in the evening, this bold structure is worth paying a visit to. Stats for Angular Facade Architecture Trending: Older & Average
Research: 14,387 clicks in 222 w
Interest: 3.6 minutes
Concept: Vanke Triple V Gallery
Related: 83 examples / 64 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55
Comparison Set: 30 similar articles, including: creased architectural wharfs, candy-colored schools, and tepee work cubicles.