The Independent once wrote about Tadao Ando’s work “If there’s one man responsible for making concrete sexy again, it’s this guy” – I couldn’t agree more. Strolling around Bonte Museum means entering the architectural dialogue between nature, concrete, water and light – all element that are so characteristic of Ando’s work. The museum is composed on two buildings – a triangular prism and a geometrical cube – which create this architectural environment that easily harmonizes with its environment.
AN INTRODUCTION TO ASIAN CULTURAL AND CURATORIAL PRACTICES. On Tadao Ando’s Bonte Museum