Understanding better of China's maritime past. National Maritime Museum China by COX Architecture

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Project team
Hang Ling, Alex Leese, Jack Dodgson, Ashley Beckett, Jayson Blight, Jaegeun Lim, Alex Munoz, Michael Bailey, Philip Cox, Lei Li, Leon McBride, Troy Rafton, James Ryan, Mitchell Page, Julian Farrell, Andrew Butler, Belinda Williamson, David Reasbeck, Ayo Akinola, Mark Sierzcula, Perry Gustafson, Kim Huat Tan, Spyros Barberis, Megan McKenzie, Gary McFeat, William Gray, Michael Rayner, Adrian Taylor, Roger Mai, Joseph Hartley, Karen Appleyard, Matthew Napper, Brendan Gaffney, Katy Roberts, Katie Holzberger, Mark Hadfield, Maxie Navius, Jaclyn Sun, Casey Vallance, Marianella Picon, Robert Callanan, Martin Hayes, Tae Won Kang, Solomon Romion, Brendan Kenny, Vesna Lazarevic, Steve Hunter, Thomas Nelson, James Sia, Tracey Maree, Akiko Spencer, Joachim Clauss, Tim Morgan, Brett Miles, Tommy Miller, Anya Meng.
Local design institute partner.- Tianjin Architecture and Design Institute (TADI). Key consultants.- Arup, Lord Cultural Resources, Urbantect.
National Maritime Museum Preparatory Office Chinese Government and Tianjin Municipality.
Site plot.- 150,000m². GFA.- 80,000. Exhibition area.- 9,000m².
Competition.- 2011. Project.- 2013. Completed.- 2019.
World Architecture Festival Future Project of the Year 2013. World Architecture Festival Future Cultural Project of the Year Award 2013. World Architecture Festival Competition Project of the Year Award 2013.

Architecture Cox

Cox Architecture, is a multidisciplinary Australian practice which integrates architecture, planning, urban design and interior design.

They have offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, Adelaide, Kuala Lumpur, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Muscat. Overall we have approximately 400 staff. They are unusual for a large multi-studio practice in that they work to a defined design ethos in all studios. This ethos is based upon principles of structure, craft, art and nature.



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