Here’s some more from the architect:Mimesis Museum, Paju Book City, South Korea (2006 – )
A cat has become a museum.
There once was a chinese emperor who liked cats a lot, and one day he called upon the most famous painter in the Empire and asked him to paint him a cat. The artist liked the idea and promised that he would work on it. A year passed and the Emperor remembered that the painter still had not given him the painting of the cat.
Client: Open Books Publishing Co.
Location: South Korea, Paju Book City
Design Period: 01.2006 / 09.2007
Construction Period: 10.2007 /
Project Coordinator: Dalila Gomes
Construction Coordinator: Young-il Park
Collaborators: Chungheon Han; João Figueiredo (3D)
Structure: Gayoon ENC, Jungang Constructural Engineering Consultant
Electricity: Jung-Myoung Engeneering Group Co.
Construction Company: Hanool Construction Co.
Model: Álvaro Negrelo
Photography: Fernando Guerra – FG+SG Fotografia de Arquitectura
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