MOA Museum of Art
A large-scale renewal project of a Museum of Art, a home to some 3,500 artworks including three national treasures and 66 important cultural assets. This was the first major renewal work since the museum opened in 1982. In addition to enticing the best technical skills from designers and contractors, our mission also included to maximize the potential abilities of the group of designers composed of modern artists and architects, and craftmanship of the living national treasure lacquer artist and other such skilled masters. As a project manager, we assisted the client's decision-making process and promoted seamless implementation of the project. By formulating a balanced investment plan and construction schedule, we achieved a tranquil space suitable for displaying and protecting art pieces while adhering to the reopening timeline. Received a CM Selection Award in 2018 and the Best Reform Award in the 28th BELCA Prize.
|Business owner||Religious corporation Sekai Kyuseikyo|
|Location||26-2 Momoyama-cho, Atami, Shizuoka Prefecture|
|Total floor area||14,810㎡|
|Number of floors||4 floors above ground/2 floors below ground/1 penthouse floor|
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