The Magical Island: Floating Architectural Concepts in China. So far, we have witnessed a wave of floating architectural concepts considered for Revelation apocalyptic effects of global warming. But beyond the scope of the instigation of natural resources, there may be some innovative designs for the good of the unique architecture. And that is exactly what is demonstrated by the magical island called. Conceptualized as a Comic and Animation Museum and the Plaza “, this magnificent facility was designed to float on the lake White Horse, in the city of Hangzhou in China.
Posing as a global benchmark, the intrinsic appeal of the company is in a rich user experience. Structurally, the magnification of the museum consists of components with a fragmented non-linear behavior. Although, from a user perspective, all these areas are defined spatially connected by hiking trails.
The magical island will be a complete experience with natural and artificial elements.
But the main attraction of the whole project is obviously their perception “floating” nature. Seen as a magnificent structure on the top surface of the lake, referred to these fantastic range perennial theme parks like Disney World. Moreover, in this case, the developers decided to up the ante by incorporating some features that really defends the composition of water as an architectural element. For example, it would be special ramp that leads visitors into a compartment completely under water. This vast area consists of two giant screens plants, overlooking the lake. In fact, the screens will be used for various activities and exhibitions of comics from around the world.
The fascinating play of light, water and landscaping will be maintained on the upper floors. And finally on the roof, the architects thought a lawn, with green trees and sidewalks. Therefore, as a whole, the magical island architecture suggests anethereal experience where imagination clashes healthy innovation.
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