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Quantum Concept Museum by Vasil Velchev

Quantum is a conceptual museum building. It’s an exhibition center designed to host the forefront in Product Design as well as all iconic projects created over the years. Quantum is a 3-floor building with two asymmetric corpora and tunnels that connect both parts. The structure will be made of steel and concrete.

External shell is constructed with fractal pattern aluminum alloy or other light material with polymer structure. Using new technology, it could be even 3D printed. It’s completed with glass panels on both sides.

Designer : Vasil Velchev

Quantum Museum by Vasil Velchev

Quantum Museum by Vasil Velchev

The architecture style is probably organic-eclectic where shape can be geometrically described as combination of overlapping spheres, displaced relatively one to another, forming two asymmetrical corpora with different internal areas and balconies. The connection between them is achieved by connecting 5 corridors in the form of mini-deformed protuberances. Spiritually, it can have many descriptions but the primary idea was to represent the connection and at the same time the difference between past and future in product design.

Quantum Museum by Vasil Velchev

Quantum Museum by Vasil Velchev

Quantum Museum by Vasil Velchev

Tuvie has received “Quantum Museum” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

Quantum Concept Museum by Vasil Velchev is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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