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Second and Third Floor of the Second Building
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  •  The Second Building of the Wood Sculpture Museum was designed by Architect Yi-Hwa, Fuinin 2003. The wall surface cast by the architectural concrete of wood grain shows the three-dimensional touch caused by the depth of the texture. Thick and thin, deep and shallow, simple and rich in texture, it does not only emphasize the characteristics of wood, but also balances the coldness of the cement material. It also allows the displayed woodcarving works to reveal a unique character in this neutral space, yet it does not lost the coordination with its environment.

     In the space design of the "Wood Sculpture Museum", the Second Building displays the annual thematic exhibitions, international exchange exhibitions, solo or joint exhibitions of innovative thinking of contemporary woodcarving art. The planning of the exhibition attempts to show an international vision the care for the local wood carving industry. The high-rise space and natural lighting create a minimal and grand stage for the works. The high-rise atrium of the Second Building can not only display magnificent large-scale works, but also often work as an important stage for holding press conferences and opening ceremonies. The third floor overlooks the atrium, providing viewers with different viewing angles.

     On the second, third, and fourth floors of the Second Building, we invited domestic artisans of woodcarving and composite materials to participate in the exhibition, so that the woodcarving museum actively promotes the art of woodcarving, and performancesa variety of social and educational functions, such as culture and art promotion, cultural heritage research, social education and people's leisure and entertainment, and many other functions.

     In the space design of the "Wood Sculpture Museum", the Second Building displays the annual thematic exhibitions, international exchange exhibitions, solo exhibitions of innovative thinking of contemporary woodcarving art furniture, and exhibitions of living creative supplies that use wood as the creative material. The planning of the exhibition attempts to show an international vision through the care for the local wood carving industry. The high-rise space and natural lighting create a minimal and grand stage for the works.

Updated:2020-04-22 PM 06:21:06