2017年4月30日 星期日

Hans Christian Andersen Museum; Kengo Kuma


【日本建築大師隈研吾打造丹麥童話王國】
還記得小時候的床邊故事嗎?在安徒生(Hans Christian Andersen)的故鄉-丹麥奧登斯(Odense),日本建築大師隈研吾(Kengo Kuma)用他熟悉的建築語言述說著童話故事,重新詮釋在地的安徒生博物館(H.C. Andersen Museum)~博物館將由一系列彼此相連的圓形空間組成,綠牆擴展成了蜿蜒的花園迷宮,沿著迷宮能深入到地面下魔法般的夢幻展覽空間,就如同從現實生活中進入到童話世界內,而博物館預定於 2020 年完工,前往丹麥旅遊時,也別忘了朝聖一下日本建築大師的童話建築哦!
延伸閱讀:
開啟流浪人生!隈研吾與 Snow Peak 聯手打造頂級「住箱」→ https://goo.gl/1ptasD
書蟲好幸福!丹麥最潮新「聚」點《Dokk1 圖書館》→ https://goo.gl/phmT4Z
Photo Credits: Kengo Kuma & Associates/ H. C. Andersen Museum / Danish Royal Library


Hans Christian Andersen Museum

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Hans Christian Andersen Museum
The Hans Christian Andersen Museum is a museum dedicated to famous author Hans Christian Andersen in OdenseDenmark. It is located in the building which is thought his birthplace, a small yellow house on the corner of Hans Jensens Stræde and Bangs Boder in the old town.[1] In 1908, the house was opened as the Hans Christian Andersen Museum. It documents his life from his childhood years as the son of a struggling shoemaker, to his schooling, career as an author, and later life, with artefacts providing an insight into his acquaintances and adventures.[2] Andersen's childhood home is on Munkemøllestræde not far from the cathedral. He lived in the little half-timbered house from the age of two until he was 14. Opened as a museum in 1930, the house contains an exhibition of the cobbling tools used by his father and other items based on Andersen's own descriptions.[3]

References[edit]

  1. Jump up^ "Birthplace". Hans Christian Andersen Center. Retrieved 2 July 2014.
  2. Jump up^ "Hans Christian Andersen Museum". Odense City Museums. Retrieved 2 July 2014.
  3. Jump up^ "Hans Christian Andersen's Childhood Home". Odense City Museums. Retrieved 2 July 2014.

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