成都科幻博物馆 Chengdu Science Fiction Museum …Set to opening in the later this year of year 2023 on the grand opening is the Chengdu Science Fiction Museum featuring two international iconic the structure is anticipated to stage the two most prestigious 81st annual events of the year….. The Hugo Awards and the Worldcon, presented by the World Science Fiction Society (WSFS)…..
Located in the Cheungdu is the capital of southwestern China’s Sichuan province China, People’s Republic of China… . Chengdu’s history dates back to at least the 4th century B.C., when it served as capital for the Shu Kingdom. Artifacts from that dynasty are the focus of the Jinsha Site Museum. The city is also home to the famous Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, a conservation center where visitors can view endangered giant pandas in a natural habitat.
The New Chengdu Science Fiction Museum is situated in on Jingrong lake within the Science and innovation New City of Chengdu’s Pidu District….. Integrating along the lakeshore the museum’s design designs defines nodes of activity connected by pedestrian routes and adjacent metro station through the surrounding parkland into the heart of the building, creating a journey of discovery that weaves between indoor and outdoor plazas at multiple levels to link the museum’s Exhibition galleries, education facilities, cafes and other amenities …
Both zodiac signs and architecture embody humanity’s romantic creations of space. When thoughts collide with the universe and creative architecture leaves its mark on the time, Aries architecture stands out with its powerful and unconstrained imagination. Join us as we explore the Chengdu Science Fiction Museum, a masterpiece built by CSCEC and designed by Zaha Hadid Architects. The fluid shape of the roof radiates outwards, simulating an expanding nebula centered on a star. With its high level of flexibility, the museum can host a variety of exhibitions, conferences, and events.
Chengdu Science Fiction Museum The floating nebula roof of the Chengdu Science Museum is made of metal. The overall area of the metal roof is 18,000 square meters, and the embedded lighting roof covers an area of about 1,382 square meters, implying the age of the universe. 13.82 billion years, called “the eye of science fiction
The 59,000-sq-m building will aim for three stars, the highest rating of China’s Green Building Programme. Digital modelling will help ZHA create natural ventilation and lighting. Solar panels and a rainwater capture system will add to the building’s sustainability.
Landscaped with plants native to the region, the museum also collects and stores rainwater for natural filtration and reuse, enabling Jingrong Lake to become an integral part of Chengdu’s sustainable drainage system that will mitigate flooding and increase biodiversity throughout the city.
The city is also the base for a massive 25-sq-km “Science City”, to be constructed along the Luxi River ecological belt, and is also the base for China Railways’ work on ultra-high speed maglev trains (see further reading).
The museum will be built on the shore of Jingrong Lake in Chengdu’s Technology Innovation Business District, begun in 2020 to house science-based industries such as intelligent manufacturing and IT.
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Chengdu Science Fiction Museum Made by Zaha Hadid Architects The beautiful city of Chengdu, China is about to witness an architectural marvel of a Science Fiction Museum. While Zaha Hadid Architects have released the design and technical details, it is anticipated to open later this year. Upon completion, the structure is anticipated to stage the two most prestigious 81st annual events of the year. The Hugo Awards and the Worldcon, presented by the World Science Fiction Society (WSFS).
name: Chengdu Science Fiction Museum
location: Chengu, China
design: Patrik Schumacher
total area: 59,000 sqm
— ZHA members —
project directors: Satoshi Ohashi, Paulo Flores
project associate: Yang Jingwen
project architects: Juan Liu, Magda Smolinska
project lead: Sven Torres
site architect: Meng Zhao
project team: Andrei Cojocaru, Berkin Islam, Chu Zhou, Hao Wen, Jillian Nishi, Lianyuan Ye, Meng Zhao, Shang Li, Stefan Manousof, Sven Torres, Yang Liu, Yuling Ma, Xiaoying Li
competition project directors: Satoshi Ohashi, Paulo Flores
competition associate: Yang Jingwen
competition project architects: Juan Liu, Magda Smolinska
competition team: Andrei Cojocaru, Enoch Kolo, Jillian Nishi, Juan Montiel, Lianyuan Ye, Meng Zhao, Nan Jiang, Nastasja Mitrovic, Stefan Manousof, Yanran Lu, Yimeng Zhao, Yuling Ma
competition sustainability team: Aleksander Mastalski, Carlos Bausa Martinez
— consultants —
local architect: China South West Architecture Design Institute
façade, M&E, MAP, and fire engineering: China South West Architecture Design Institute
site supervision: Sichuan Feihong Engineering Management Consulting Co., Ltd.
general contractor: China Construction Third Engineering Bureau Group
landscape consultant: Hangzhou Landscape Design Institute
exhibition design consultant: Chengdu Science Fiction Society
acoustic consultant and interior local design institute: SIADR
project management: CR LAND
lighting design LIGHTDESIGN, BPI
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