Vladimir Djurovic

MAAT

Vladimir Djurovic

source: grazielladosimoveis
Parte de uma revitalização urbana ao longo da orla histórica, que inclui o recente Museu dos Coches e o Centro Cultural de Belém, o museu tem como proposta se voltar para o exterior. Por isso, conta com um enorme parque, projeto do arquiteto paisagista Vladimir Djurovic, que conecta os dois prédios.

Peça central da área que compreende ao todo 38 mil m², a construção do MAAT surpreende pela fachada suave, toda composta por mosaicos de cerâmica tridimensionais, estrategicamente pensados para criar efeitos luminosos ao refletir o Tejo. Internamente, contemplará quatro espaços expositivos, com intensa programação cultural e áreas voltadas para eventos. A Central Tejo, por sua vez, foi modernizada e ganhou mais quatro galerias. O português Pedro Ganhado, que já passou pelo MoMA, é o curador responsável.
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source: damnmagazinenet
Pedro Gadanho, who is leaving his post as a curator in MoMa’s Department of Architecture and Design which he is held since 2012, becomes MAAT’s first Artistic Director. He is already working to create the museum’s cultural program, which expects to be “an exciting contemporary program at the intersection of art, architecture and technology”.

Designed by British architect Amanda Levete, the new museum will include renovated facilities from the existing Central Tejo power station in Lisbon, and offering environmental and energy issues as part of her project. It will be of course, on the waterfront, and fighting to be a culture institution of the quality seen in major European cities. It will have almost 3000 square meters for exhibitions and events, a restaurant, and it will be possible to walk over the undulating shell-shaped building of curved lines. A public space will be created by an exterior staircase that will descend into the water.
The future museum in Lisbon will be unique in the world, since no other crosses the disciplines of art, architecture and technologies – it will show the relationship between the three, through a contemporary, innovative and international programming.
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source: read01
即將於2016年10月在葡萄牙首都里斯本開放的藝術建築與科技博物館(Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology,MAAT),這座博物館位於貝倫( Belém)河濱地區,造型酷似一座流動的沙丘。該建築的設計由建築師阿曼達·萊維特(Amanda Levete)領銜的倫敦建築設計團隊 AL_A( Amanda Levete Architects)擔綱。

這座位於在城市河畔低緩卻引人注目的建築,將成為里斯本未來的文化中心。彎曲的結構巧妙地隆起又潛入地面,形成了一個占地7000平方米的展場與新公共空間。以葡萄牙深厚的陶瓷業傳統遺產為靈感,建築表面採用3D琉璃瓦,組成如魚鱗般的表面肌理,在陽光下閃閃發亮,將水、光和影交織在一起,將河岸邊特有的光線特質捕捉並強化。

MAAT 由葡萄牙 EDP 基金會(Energias de Portugal Foundation)支持,旨在創造將河岸文化空間與里斯本城市的心臟建立一個實體上與概念上的連接,新建築流線型的造型、富有生機的閃爍的表面反映著沿海城市獨特的色彩與動感。場館的台階一直延伸到水面,讓這座新的建築與周圍的環境建立起一種聯繫與和諧感,同時也預示著里斯本的城市外延在不斷的擴展與再生。