Real Architecture: Gonzalez Brisac presents the Museum of World Culture

Weds 20 April 2005 7pm

Won in competition, the Museum of World Culture was a remarkable debut by the young practice of Gonzalez Brisac. "The building", they said, "is a simple and compact container wherein the legacy of mankind and the contemporary are united." It is a succinct, strong-minded building that through contrasts of open and closed spaces reveals its interior to the outside and allows visitors to the museum to connect with the exterior landscape. On this evidence, Gonzalez Brisac will go far.

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