In 2007, world-renowned British architect David Chipperfield was commissioned to renovate the Museum interior. Keenly aware of the building’s cultural heritage, the architect reshaped the interior with simplicity, grace, and functionality, infusing the historical architecture with the spirit and character of modern art.
The museum is equipped with professional exhibition lighting, environmental control, fire protection and security surveillance systems, as well as technical support media facilities such as computer networking, multi-media projection and audio broadcasting. Together, they provide operational conditions sufficient to meet the demands of major international art exhibitions as well as a diverse range of events.
|1F||Entrance & Reception||187sqm||3.4m|
|4F||Exhibition Gallery||228sqm||3.4m||Atrium Space