Museum architecture is tricky since the proposed design is usually massive. Creatives have to take into consideration the nature of the artifacts within the establishment, as well as design the layout so that each part of the structure communicates with itself, but also establishes a clear connection between the patron and the occupied space.
The winning design for the Taoyuan Museum of Art in Taiwan is by Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop. However, MVRDV released visualizations of its alternative submission and the firm's museum architecture proves to be whimsical and delicate. Highlighting fluid forms that seemingly coalesce together, MVRDV draws inspiration from the natural world to challenge steadfast boundaries between the natural and urban environments with pink museum architecture.
Photo Credits: MVRDV and JJP