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Old October 20th, 2015, 11:42 AM   #1
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MANILA | Museum Of Indigenous Knowledge | Pro

Very interesting concept. Hope this pushes through.


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Kengo Kuma designed a new arborical-monument that will be used as museum in the city of Manila, Philipine. ''Museum of Indigenous Knowledge'' covers 9000 m2 area and acts a new monumental piece that interacts with the environment and people. The arc-shaped structure is an open area filled with green and landscape elements with trees, stone and water. This unexpected piece includes cafes, restaurants, exhibition areas, museum, museum galleries that are formed by closed spaces inside. The visitor only sees shifting platforms inside and transparent surfaces that allows visitor to see other floors. This awesome architectural piece is a real sign of exotism and new contemporary architecture that someone are not familiar with, but we hope they will love it.




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anybody who can locate this?

this can also be found on: http://kkaa.co.jp/works/on-going/mus...ous-knowledge/

looks like a private investment. hope this materializes. kung gov project to please close the thread immediately. para di paasa. haha
mod please transfer the thread if you know the exact location. thanks
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Old October 21st, 2015, 09:01 AM   #2
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Here's a reaction to this by a locally popular Philippine architecture stalwart that I found funny but at the same time sadly true.

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Here's what Paulo Alcazaren has to say about this museum. Yup. He's pissed.

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Interior scale model

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Old October 23rd, 2015, 05:35 AM   #4
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Location: Unilab Street and Pioneer Street, Pasig

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Old October 26th, 2015, 11:47 AM   #5
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An article from Architectural Digest:

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This Museum in Manila Will Look Like the Set of Jurassic Park

The sprawling museum will cover more than 4,000 years of history in the Philippines

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Photography by Kengo Kuma



A rendering of the Museum of Indigenous Knowledge in the Philippines.

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has unveiled his plans for the new Museum of Indigenous Knowledge in the Philippines. Located in the country’s capital, Manila, the nearly 100,000-square-foot museum will be dedicated to 4,000 years of cultural history, beginning with the Neolithic period, which inspired Kuma to design a building with a Stone Age aesthetic.


In contrast to the traditional exteriors of most cultural institutions, the Museum of Indigenous Knowledge will include an artificial ravine that carves through the center of the space, adding to the prehistoric ambience. Upon entering, visitors will be ushered past a cascading waterfall and tropical garden before descending into an underground plaza. The date for construction has not been announced.

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Location: Unilab Street and Pioneer Street, Pasig
Museum of Indigenous Knowledge
Location : Unilab Complex (Mandaluyong)
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Location makes sense.
Except for low-rise pharma laboratories,
that area is practically vacant.

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Regarding comment of Architect Alcazaren,
(not that the nationality of the architect matters)
one member of the team that designed this
is a Filipino.

(I don't want to reveal my source,
but Alcazaren can use his connections to verify.)

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Just found out from Pasig City's Office of the Building Official that this project is now nearing approval.
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