Double-glazed curtain wall design brings space comfort
There are many different types of museums in cities around the world, and the design and construction of this new museum building in Brazil is extraordinary. It plays an important role in contemporary cities, not only to promote art and culture-related activities, but also to bring fun and vitality to urban spaces.
The museum is anchored in its current location, with a free and direct relationship with the city, and the museum's double-glazed curtain wall design provides the user with a quiet and comfortable interior. The double-glazed curtain wall balances the relationship between the spatial relationship of the sidewalk and the nature of the museum space and the scale bracket. At the same time, its internal space has very special requirements for light quality and time perception. Another point is that the museum's own distinctive features and outstanding performance provide a personalized experience for visitors to this visit.
The spatial properties of the museum are basically perceived from the gaps in the building. These virtual spaces are distributed between the functional volume and the building facade to form a traffic space and an encounter space. The façade material uses a translucent double-glazed curtain wall as the skin, and the light quality effect is almost exactly the same as the effect we envisioned in the initial stage of the project. At the time, the interior of the museum that we sketched in our minds should be like a still water. Quiet and undisturbed space, quiet and warm welcome to visitors. Similarly, the light illuminates the interior through the double-glazed curtain wall, carrying the city's trails and bringing the world around the museum into the building.
The use of a double glazed curtain wall as the second layer of skin allows the museum to visually have a clear sense of volume, complete form, and a sense of power necessary to release itself in neighboring and other buildings along Paulista Avenue. Sense of place. In addition, its light and translucent properties create a second container for the building, and its visual perception depends on the nature of the environment and the position of the viewer. At this point, the interior of the museum can be subtly presented in the urban space. The first floor of the building can be seen as a large urban hall that leads visitors into the core space of the building through escalators and elevators. There is also a museum restaurant in the first floor space, and both are double-glazed curtain walls, which are completely open to the public and enhance the function of the street.
The museum's own distinctive features and outstanding performance provide a personalized experience for visitors to this visit.