Eskişehir Modern Arts Center
Eskişehir - 2018
Consisting of a museum, hotel and social spaces, the complex with an eye-catching architecture is being constructed in the historical Odunpazarı region inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Eskişehir Modern Arts Museum was designed by the world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma, in harmony with Eskişehir’s historical fabric and local culture.
Situated in Eskişehir’s Odunpazarı region, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List due to its historical and cultural value, the complex has a 6.500 m² construction area. The Modern Arts Museum located within the complex stands out as a structure that adds value to Turkey primarily for its architecture designed by the world-renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma and blended with the historical fabric and local culture of the region.
Structure Properties:The museum with a construction area of 3.600 m², intended to unite visitors with the new approaches of modern art through permanent and temporary exhibitions, offers 1.750 m² of exhibition space, multi-purpose halls to host art activities and trainings and event spaces for various organizations.
Also aimed to provide service to visitors with its restaurants, cafes, stores and boutique accommodation structures besides offering unique examples of modern art, the complex is scheduled for opening in 2018.