The South Courtyard of the National Palace Museum

The South Courtyard of the National Palace Museum

The Southern Campus of the National Palace Museum covers a total area of 70 hectares, including 20 hectares of museum area and 50 hectares of park area, with the museum building designed by architect Jen-Hsi Yao.Traditional Chinese ink painting: “thick ink”, “flying white” and “renderingThe three strokes are conceptualizations, developing streamlined forms with interwoven virtual and real volumes.

The solid body, named “Mo Yun Lou”, mainly serves as an exhibition hall and cultural relics warehouse; the virtual body, named “Fei Bai Pavilion”, has a reception hall, museum education space, restaurants and souvenir shops.

The central aisle, starting from the bridge at the southern end of the landscape, is rendered as a winding path through a courtyard enclosed by virtual and real volumes. These three curves also symbolize the convergence of three ancient civilizations – Chinese, Indian and Persian – in the course of history. The diversity of Asian art and culture.

due The railings in the southern part of the National Palace Museum are made of “stainless steel”.and The cast iron on the external wall is made of “baked paint”.In order not to affect the material of the artwork and cause rust and oxidation, we applied Ding Ding Group’s “Protective Wall No. 1” for protection, and after actual testing, we can see a significant difference, and the effect is awesome!

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