Wednesday, March 14, 2012

National Library of Public Information

This contemporary designed building is the National Library of Public Information. This architecture miracle is located in Taichung Taiwan. The National Library has a total floor area of about 4,350 square meters. The architect studio behind this modernistic building is J. J. Pan & Partners with building contractor Kong Chou Construction Enterprise. The National Library of Public Information is located in the middle of the island of Taiwan in the one of the city's green belt systems. For a maximum transparency at the base of the building the ground floor is “streamlined”.

The interior is curved as this includes the walls and the windows also. The windows are very large with the idea visitors and readers inside to enjoy the green belt outside the building and relax. The folding facade reaches out for sunshine and creates shadows to enrich the building’s elevations. On the roof are located big round shaped openings witch help for indirect sunlight to light the interior and also bring fresh air inside. For best result in designing and achieving this free-formed structure the best and newest 3D software was used.


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