Architects Collective

Dalian Library by Architects Collective

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Architects Collective

Project: Dalian Library
Designed by Architects Collective
Team: Andreas Frauscher, Patrick Herold, Richard Klinger, Martin Schorn, Kurt Sattler, Fei Tang 
GFA: 50.000 m² 
Location: Dalian, China 
Website: www.architectscollective.net
Architects Collective shapes the massive Dalian Library project designed to become the new cultural centre of the local community. For more images and architects description continue after the jump:

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From the Architects:

The new library is designed to become the center and heart for the local community with a strong relationship to the ocean and the bay. The building is placed in a park setting and aims to be a landmark for locals and visitors and a symbol for the creative and environmentally friendly future of New Pulian. It is a place for the public to read, contemplative and come together. The basic architectural form for the new library is the rose petal since the Monthly Rose is the city flower of Dalian. The new Pulian branch is one of several library branches in the Dalian region with each branch symbolizing a petal and forming a rose flower.

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