ARC605 | Spring 2013
The design proposes a new destination for children and their families. The idea derives from TOYS BLOCKS, which make the museum like a small community for children to learn and play. Building combined with six main blocks creates both large exhibits spaces and small ones. This unique profile attracts children to come. Twisted blocks provide opportunity to view different orientations from inside to outside. The outside spaces between blocks are designed for entrances, outdoors exhibit, playground and dining. Roof garden and green house are the pubic platform for visitors and office workers in both summer and winter.