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Site
100 Queens Park

Toronto, On M5S 2C6, Canada
Crystal 1 : Exhibition

Crystal 2 : Exhibition

Crystal 3 : Exhibition

Crystal 4 : Stair of Wanders

Crystal 5 : Restaurant
R
E
NOVATION

T
ate Modern

R
oyal Ontario Museum

1947 Bankside Power Station completed (Sir Giles Gilbert Scott)
1981 Bankside Power Station closed down
1994 UK government held an international competition for Tate Modern
1995 Herzog & de Meuron won the competition
1997 began construction
1998 glass roof construction
2000 Tate Modern great open
2001 prized 'the best public building' / Pritzker Prize for Herzog & de Meuron
2007 firmed up Extension plan
2012 Extension construction completed / Opened
History
Location : Toronto, Canada

Function : Museum

Building Area : 1.86ha ( 18600m2)

Structure : Steel structure
with aluminum cladding
and glass windows

Investor : Michael Lee-Chin

Architect : Daniel Libeskind

Construction period : 2002 - 2007

Open : 2007
History
- 1857, Toronto's original Museum of Nature History
and Fine Arts

- 1912, re-established the museum
as the Royal Ontario Museum(ROM)

- 1932, the first added an east wing fronting
onto Queen's Park

- 1975, the second added the Terrace Galleries
and a curatorial center

- 1982, the third addition to the ROM was
designed by Toronto architect
Gene Kinoshita, with Mathers& Haldenby

- 2007, the fourth added Michael Lee-Chin Crystal
Daniel Libeskind
1946 born in Poland

1657 immigrant to the Israel

1960 immigrant to the New York

1965 Studied at the University of New York, Cooper Union

1975-1977 lectured at the Architectural Association School of London

1978-1985 expanded Cranbrook Art Museum

1981-1988 World Space Institute of Architecture, Milan

1989 exhibit deconstruction in the Museum of Modern Art, New York

1994 Was a visiting professor at the University of LA.
His Reality
Architects
Herzog & de Meuron
Concept
Form
Jacques Herzog (1950.04.19.~) & Pierre de Meuron (1950.05.08.~)
Why did the renovation?
1. A larger space was required to accommodate
this many people.

2. The museum needs various exhibition

3. Building to be a landmark role is necessary in Toronto's center
(May 12, 1946~)
WORKS
AWARDS
1997 SBB switchtower, Basel, Switzerland
2000 Tate Modern, Bankside, London, UK
2005 M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Fancisco, California
2005 Allianz Arena football stadium, Munich
2008 Beijing National Stadium, Beijing, China
1999 Schock Prize
2001 Prix de l'Equerre d'Argent, Rue Des Suisses, Paris
2001 Pritzker Prize
2003 Stirling Prize, Laban Dance Centre
2007 RIBA Royal Gold Medal and Praemium Imperiale
2009 Lubetkin Prize for Beijing National Stadium
Concept for Tate Modern
History of Tate Modern
1. Exclude Classicism and Modernism

2. Research origin of place – Relationship of history (Palimpsest)

3. Design background research of the historical and contextual elements overlap
and dismantling

4. Starting from the principles of mathematics, music or pictures

5. Cause unexpected deletions and changes to the cube of the form

Representation of duality
Lines of axes, planes, shapes are used for nesting.
Build intense images, mainly by using a sharp acute angle to the axis that is nested.
Appears cut off form of sense as part of the expansion.
Strong acute angle by extending
a portion of the rectangular box that has protruding or nested spaces or openings in the wall of the tilted representation.
Representation of weightlessness
Facts
ARCHITECT
LOCATION
PROGRAMME
SITE AREA
BUILDING AREA
GROSS FLOOR AREA
BUILDING SPACE
STRUCTURE
EXTERIOR
CONSTRUCTOR
CONSTRUCTION PERIOD
Herzog & de Meuron
Bankside, London SE1, England, UK
Gallery, Museum
3.43ha
Exhibition 7,827㎡ / Turbin Hall 3,300㎡
3.45ha
B1, F7
Iron Framed Structure
Brick, Glass, Steel
Carillion
1995-2000
UK Millennium Project
Before-and-After Images
Plan / Section / Elevation
Result of Renovation
the Tate Effect
Similar Expamples
The Royal Ontario Museum
Effect
Exterior Plan
Material : semi-transparent milky sanded glass

Method : Put between vertical steel plates without any support
needed to prop up the glass slighted twisted angle on
the existing wall
ARCHITECT
LOCATION

PROGRAMME
SITE AREA
BUILDING AREA
GROSS FLOOR AREA
BUILDING TO LAND RATIO
FLOOR AREA RATIO
BUILDING SPACE
STRUCTURE

EXTERIOR
DESIGN PERIOD
CONSTRUCTION PERIOD
ison architects (I, Min., Son, Jean)
667-3 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu,
Seoul, Korea
Office, Store, Residance
234.9㎡
116.5㎡
735.21㎡
49.6%
249.98%
B1, 6F
Reinforced Concrete Structure
+ Steel Frame Structure
Painting, Tempered Glass, Steel
2012.03 - 2012.05
2012.04 - 2012.06
Facts
From Apartment to Neighbourhood
: Living Facilities, a New Role for Architecture
Y
EOKSAMDONG
REMODELING

London Eye
Millennium Dome
Millennium Bridge
Jubilee Line (subway)
TATE MODERN
minimize changing the exterior design
Busan Modern History Museum,
Busan, Korea
Orsay Museum, Paris, France
Sapporo Art Museum,
Hokkaido, Japan
The Replay of Memory
& Remodeling of Place
facility owner wanted to remodel his current dwelling rather than choosing apartment.
Various Strategies
for the Extension of Space
Thank you
POWER STATION
becomes
CULTURAL STATION
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