Fuzhou China Art
The construction of the Cultural and Art Centre on Fuzhou Street has been completed and marks an important milestone in the development of the city's cultural and art scene in recent years. Based in Helsinki and Shanghai, the studio has completed the construction of its first art gallery in China, in Fushou, Guangdong Province, China's second largest city and home to more than 1.5 million people, according to its founder and CEO Gertrude Kjellstrom, its director Jeroen Poulsson, and a number of other artists from around the world.
Based in Helsinki and Shanghai, the studio has completed the construction of its first art gallery in China, in Fushou, Guangdong Province, China's second largest city, which is home to 1.5 million people, according to its founder Gertrude Kjellstrom, its director Jeroen Poulsson and a number of other artists. The new cultural and art centre with its curved shape and porous exoskeleton will be completed by the Shaghai-based architectural firm Hengshuang Architekten and completed in time for the opening on 1 July 2016.
The art center is being built in Fushou, one of the fastest growing metropolises in the world. The project will be located at the intersection of Nanjiangbin Avenue, which overlooks the Minjiang River to the south and the road of the Guangdong-Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Prefecture, the main thoroughfares of the city.
Located on China's southeast coast, Fuzhou has become one of the world's largest producers of valuable porcelain, ceramics and other precious metals. The city has a long history of trading with the Ming and Qing dynasties and the Qing Dynasty, and has a rich history as an important trading centre for the Silk Road. As the Silk Road's trade routes over land declined, the city flourished in the mid-19th century. A new pattern of maritime silk roads began during the late Ming or early Qing Dynasty and reached its heyday in Fushou, Guangdong - Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Prefecture, from the early 19th to early 20th century.
Ceramics are not only the facade, but also the main material of the cultural and art centre on Fuzhou Street, and decorate not only the facades, but also the interior. The museum has and has kept artifacts such as porcelain, glass, bronze, copper, gold, silver and other precious metals, as well as artifacts from ancient Fushou City and the cultural heritage of the city. Not only the façade but also the ceramics decorate the unlimited façade and the interior of the museum and have been embedded in the walls, walls and ceilings of the museum, the walls of the galleries and floors and even in the ceilings of the galleries.
Ceramics were and are used as the main material for the construction of the Fuzhou City Cultural and Art Centre and the Fushou City Museum. Ceramics are or will remain the main material in this project. Ceramics were or are used in a project of a cultural and art centre or in the museum of an ancient city in Fushou.
Ceramics were and are the main material for a project of a cultural and art centre or museum of an ancient city in Fushou. Ceramics were and will be used in this project as the main material for the construction of the Cultural and Art Centre of Fuzhou City and the Museum of Ancient Art of Peking University.
Many topics have been explored, including the history of ceramics in Fushou, the ancient city of Fuzhou and the city's cultural and arts center.
The Opera House is located in the centre of a large building and includes an opera hall, theatre, auditorium and concert hall, as well as a dance hall. There is a small museum, the Fuzhou Museum of Art and Culture and an exhibition hall for the arts.
The center is part of a new era of cultural construction in China that has a different aesthetic quality from the concrete boxes favored by architects a few decades ago. We believe that with this use we have triggered a kind of bamboo boom in China, which has revived the aesthetic qualities. We will continue to promote this because I believe that in many ways it is the material of the future.
While terracotta is the main material on display at the Fuzhou Street Cultural and Art Centre, the beauty of bamboo adds to the visual grandeur of the venue. Not only the terra-terracotta architectural panels bring beauty to this complex, but also the bamboo itself.
The five-petalled jasmine (five pines) and the five petals (four red and one blue) provide a starting point. The flowers are in a red-white colour scheme with a blue-white pattern and feel like blooming flowers to PES architects who have offices in Helsinki and Shanghai, as they have a strong presence in the Fuzhou Street Cultural and Arts Centre.