China · Nanhai (Hainan) Museum Architectural Design and Research Institute of South China University of Technology
China · Nanhai (Hainan) Museum. watch others here – There is a thousand-year-old fishing port on the coast of the South China Sea, Tanmen, where fishermen have guarded their own mother sea for generations. Today, between the harbor and the fishing village, in the village and the river, there is a place that fishermen call the “Qiandian”, which has ushered in a meeting that spans hundreds of years. It is a “boat” on the sea, a “big house” of aboriginal people, a net spread out, and waves of waves. It hugs the earth from time to time, sometimes floats in the air, accompanied by the melody of coconut wind and the sea, it is silent, like a god. SEARCH ON INSTAGRAM PAGE China Nanhai Hainan Museum SEARCH 10 ARCHITECTURE MAGAZINES
Silent lookout_waiting quietly-photographed by Yao Li
Out of Lin Shao_Ou Lu Zhengrong-Photographed by Yao Li – China Nanhai Hainan – Architectural Design Museum
In the early morning, it is shining brightly in the morning dew, bathing in the same dawn with the vast fields, scattered rivers and clusters of villages. In the evening, retiring into the twilight, facing the noisy fishing port not far away, looking around in silence, waiting quietly, only the skylight and the bustling prosperity seem to be singing. Looking into the distance, it nestled in the woods, showing an elegant posture. When you look up close, you don’t need gorgeous clothes or hide your feminine grace.
A meeting spanning hundreds of years-by Yao Li
Seaports and Museums-Photographed by War Changheng
(Hainan) The South China Sea Museum is a huge national cultural palace, with a wild and undulating posture that dramatically blends into the rustic tropical seashore. This huge sense of conflict is in line with the graceful curves of the coastline. The full-covering double-pitched roof and the abundant eaves corridor space have been eliminated one by one. Together with the tropical plants, the open sea, and the oncoming sea breeze, it presents a scene of harmony but the difference, change, and coordination.
Fishing Port Overlooking-Shooting by Zhan Changheng
Floating Museum-Photographed by War Changheng
Even if the building form encounters the mangrove wetland of the entire site, it will not compromise. By adopting a double-layer high-span roof and a connecting corridor, a win-win approach is found between the building and the environment, and a rare semi-outdoor landscape space and different perspectives are obtained.
Early Morning-Shooting with Chang Heng
Night view bird’s eye view-Zhan Changheng shooting
Facing the unique coastal landscape, the museum has a viewing corridor extending north-south and parallel to the sea level, acting as an intermediary between the landscape and the exhibition hall, creating an open, bright, and flowing space that is relaxed and pleasant. deep impression.
The museum between the harbor and the fishing village-photo by Yao Li
Museums, Coasts, and Mangroves-Photographed by Yao Li
On the coast side of the viewing corridor, there is also a system consisting of a roof terrace, a corridor, a staircase, and a semi-outdoor exhibition hall. It becomes an external public space and an outdoor exhibition place with a superior geographical location, and also adds human value to the viewing gallery.
Tentacles reaching the sea-Photographed by Yao Li
Seaside Eaves Corridor Space-Photographed by Zhan Changheng
The Nanhai (Hainan) Museum has different or even opposite features on different sides, magnificent and micro, protagonist and background, modern and rural, pure and mixed… But it can be perfectly integrated into this fishing port town and become a space of multiple possibilities. There are some warm and moving qualities in the transmission of light and shadow.
The seaside platform outside the foyer-shot by Zhan Changheng
Sea View Corridor 1-Photographed by Yao Li
With the erosion of the sea breeze and the scouring of time and the vicissitudes of wind and rain, the South China Sea (Hainan) Museum has gradually matured and coexisted with the environment.
Sea View Promenade 2-Photographed by Yao Li
Indoor lobby in North District-Photo by Yao Li – chinese museum
Indoor Foyer-Photographed by Yao Li
Flying across the mangrove
Ocean Palace-Photographed by Yao Li
The corridor over the mangroves-Photo by Yao Li – chinese museum
Seaside Corridor Space-Photographed by Yao Li
General map of South China Sea Museum of China (Hainan)
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2-3 layer plane
4-5 layer plane
Section A1-A1_A2-A2, North District
Section B2-B2_B3-B3 in Southern District chinese museum
- Design unitSouth China University of Technology Architectural Design and Research Institute
- address Hainan
- Lead architect He Jingtang, Guo Weihong, Xiang Ke
- design team He Jingtang, Guo Weihong, Xiang Ke, He Chili, Liu Tao, Liang Weijian, etc.
- photography Zhan Changheng, Yao Li