6 New Outstanding Architecture Projects to Look Forward This Year ⇒ 2020 is bound to be a great year for contemporary architecture. Numerous one-of-a-kind buildings are slated to be completed until the end of the year and they will certainly be the topic of discussion for the future to come.
From Canada to China, discover six outstanding museums that will be finished until the end of this year and are dedicated to the arts, sports, and history. While these highly conceptual architecture projects benefit from diverging styles, they do share a common approach, the use of advanced technology and modern building materials in order to provide a stronger yet lighter touch to the building. But let’s start and explore this exceptional architecture projects that will make, globally speaking, quite in culture.
Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, Los Angeles
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will officially open its doors on 14 December 2020 in Los Angeles. Featuring a unique aesthetic that highlights a round dome, the museum will be regarded as the “world’s premier film institution” and the renowned Italian architect, Renzo Piano is overseeing the construction and completion of this cultural project.
Datong Art Museum by Foster + Partners, China
Located in the Datong New City’s cultural plaza, this new art museum will stand out due to its overlapping peaks wrapped in Corten steel. It is one of the most anticipated architectural releases in a while. It will be finally completed this year by Foster + Partners.
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The Grand Egyptian Museum, Giza, Egypt
The Grand Egyptian Museum will be located at the edge of the first desert plateau between the pyramids and Cairo. It was designed by the architectural firm, Heneghan Peng and one of the most noteworthy highlights of the museum is its veil of translucent stone. In the museum, visitors will also be able to see the Tutankhamen collection in its entirety, in other words, more than 5,000 artifacts will be on display.
Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet by Bjarke Ingels Group, Switzerland
One of the most enticing architecture projects recently developed by the renowned architecture firm, BIG, is the Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet, honoring both the prestigious work of the brand as well as Swiss watchmaking. The building will be sunken into the ground but one can still take a peek at some of the spaces inside.
U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum and Hall of Fame, Colorado Springs
Set to open in May, the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum is worth $90 million was created as an homage to the Olympic and Paralympic movements. The renowned architecture firm, Diller Scofidio + Renfro was responsible for the construction of the new museum that will truly take visitors into the life of an athlete.
Winnipeg Art Gallery Inuit Art Center, Canada
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is a new art center in Canada that will have the world’s largest public collection of Inuit art. The gallery will also include 13,000 carvings, prints, textiles, and new media, among countless other exciting features.
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Source: Architectural Digest