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|Nestle Chocolate Museum By Rojkind Arquitectos|
|Friday, 05 October 2007 03:25|
In terms of Architecture, what the Architect suggested was to create the first chocolate museum in
The Architect was faced with the challenges of a dreadful deadline. The project had to be finished in just two and a half months including Design and Construction. He wanted to bring to life his concept of architectural experience, a sensorial architecture, full of the surprises, twists and folds.
To resolve the complexities of the architectural design required a team effort and in this case the Architects organized three separate teams with eight-hours shifts working therefore around the clock in order to deliver the project in time.
The result is a playful folding shape that is evocative for kids; from the outside it entices their imagination to perceive different shapes, a bird, a spaceship, or a creature. From the inside the project reveals itself progressively a series of spatial experiences evolving from one room into the other.
PROJECT_ Nestle Chocolate Museum (phase 1)
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