Beijing Museum of Fine Art

Sky Ocean 
Beijing, China
Art Museum 
294,931 sq.ft / 27,400 m2
As part of the greater Beijing Art City master plan, the Beijing Museum of Fine Art is a focal point and major architectural statement anchoring a new public plaza. Its form invokes the symbol of infinity, supporting art as an eternal concept. This form also provides the template for the internal circulation route leading visitors down through light-filled gallery and exhibition spaces.
Rooftop gardens with partial green roofs enhance the project’s sustainability as well as the guest experience.  Cool, crisp white stone clads a sleek exterior form.  Compound curves, meandering volumes and heroic cantilevers establish the museum as a commanding anchor for this iconic new development.


HETZEL DESIGN   Los Angeles, USA 2020.

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