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Nuvist Architecture & Design | Minamaika Multifunctional Structure

Concept & Competition Nuvist Architecture & Design | Minamaika Multifunctional Structure

Minamaika is a powerful fluid structure for multi-purpose usage. Major focus point of Minamaika is having attraction for all visitors with its alive spirit of fluidity form.
Nuvist Architecture & Design | Minamaika Multifunctional Structure

Nuvist Architecture & Design | Minamaika Multifunctional Structure

Nuvist Architecture & Design | Minamaika Multifunctional StructureVisitors can experience different visual sensation in their any point of view. Morphological endless form allows us to create functional spaces partly or altogether. Minamaika’s continuous outer skin form structure is designed for a wide range of social and cultural events and activities such as presentations, meetings, exhibitions and receptions.

Designer: Nuvist Architecture & Design
Year: 2013
Dimensions: 2240x1320x530cm
Space: Indoors & Outdoors
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