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Spatial Strategy & Planning
The spatial strategy for the Bad Art Museum was developed by dividing the space into its two natural subdivisions, which are separated by the central columns. Then slicing the space to create fragments divided by canyons. Themes running throughout the space consist of disruption, perception, anti-art, and discomfort.
Ground Floor Plan
The internal layout of the Bad Art Museum is designed to confuse the natural circulation of the space. In order to encourage the viewers to choose their own journey, there are no directional signs within the museum space. There are two routes: the main route and the found route. The found route is only accessed when the visitor fully engages with the space.
First Floor Plan
The architectural strategy for the internal fragments of The Bad Art Museum focuses on disorienting the viewer. The walls of the structures tilt and twist in different directions to alter the viewer's perspective. The walls also emphasise the canyons between the structures.