Present report is based on Sainsbury Wing Building which is designed by Mr. Wiliams Wilkins in the year 1832-1838. But many upgrades have been done over the years and it has become the well known building of London (Crookham, 2015). Current assignment will critically analyze the Sainsbury Wing building, its arts and craft, postmodern, high-tech.
Sainsbury Wing building or known as building of National gallery in London is one of the famous structure of London. Over the year, there have been many upgrades done in its art works and with the use of modern art, collection of the gallery have been enhanced. Sainsury Wing is situated near WhitCom London England. It was projected with the purpose to add more area in the original building (Tzortzi, 2015). It endowed with 16 new rooms, 15.00m2, main floor and basement level. It promotes integrated approaches to art through exhibitions and various programs. In the year 2011 building has celebrated its 20th anniversary. The gallery focused on presentation so that maximum people get attracted towards the Sainsbury Wing. The gallery is having luxurious rooms, big conference room, restaurant , museum etc. From the report it can be critically reviewed that Sainsbury has focused on the building development but art and craft is still needed improvement (Wong, 2014). Gallery has huge scope to be developed. It has made arrangement for entrance so that no one get troubled. That is accurate and effective that attract more visitors towards the cited building. It has constructed wing entrance for disable persons so that they can enjoy the place and like it. As it is one of the famous structure of London it keeps attracting various tourists and visitors in the country and every tourists who came to London has the tendency or habit of coming to her and take photo graph of such amazing historical building. Known for its famous antique collection it comprises of 40 magnificent doors which are the center of attraction here in this building and a transport facility has been provided by the government in order to make more tourists go their and have a lifetime experience so that they will again come back to the place. It is found that gallery's design is glowed have not diverted attention towards the stair. Earlier it was having poster bearing display but later on it replaced by painted boards. Italian cortile stairs art is amazing but building design is poor and it requires improvements. It can be critically reviewed that art and craft of the building is very popular and tremendous work. It has gained remarkable collection on its arts and it shows mixture of human creativity and innovation modern technologies.
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From the secondary sources it can be critically analyzed that interior is very attractive from the visitor perspective. It has more than 16 exhibition rooms and in all there are adequate lighting arrangement. That visually looks nice, predominantly the natural light enter in the conference room through lattice clerestory (Rea, 2016). Venturi has taken support of portland stone that facade lining the Sainsbury building. Wooden floor with the combination of light colour walls looks nice and it is visually very amazing. From the research it can be critically analyzed that one of the best part of the building is successful simultaneity interlinked gallery space (Roth and Clark, 2016). Vertical sandwich arrangement of the programs is very attractive that is the sign of this gallery. There have been many modifications done in the Sainsbury Wing building, these changes have increased conflicting demands. Building is dogmatic but from the discussion it can be critically reviewed that it should not have to be dogmatic, there is needed to be aggressively modern and creative. Though gallery has used modern tools for the development but it can be analyzed that standing at middle of road is very risky because you can get knocked down from both sides by the traffic (GE, 2013). It was found that venture Scott Brown's design was initially rejected by the authorities. Productive complexity of Postmodernism's and creative navigation was completely wrong. People are looking the building as tourist place that attract most of the travelers from different location. Though they get luxurious facilities and amazing views but somehow designs and space arrangement are not proper that creates messy environment in the building
From the analyses it can be critically reviewed that Price Charles attacked on the main scheme and it has been rephrased by the modernists plea for the consistency (Vivan, 2014). Heavy irony has impact on the building that whole aesthetically unified carbuncles has been acceptable. Original plan or architecture design was rejected by the authorities and the first time modern technical equipment was used in the at civic scale in the Sainsbury Wing building.
It was founded in the year of 1824, here is collection of more than 2300 paintings. It is come under non department public body (Clark, 2013). The project of Sainsbury Wing building has faced cultural battles between modernists and traditionalists. Venturi, Scott Brown and associates has realized design that have attracted an unprecedented media hostility. From the research it can be critically reviewed that though National Wing is considered as modern building but it is now also link with the classical chain. It is found that gallery's design is glowed have not diverted attention towards the stair. Earlier it was having poster bearing display but later on it replaced by painted boards. Italian cortile stairs art is amazing but building design is poor and it requires improvements (Ã…Å¡liwiÃ…â€žska, Smith and McKenna, 2014).
From the research it can be critically reviewed that building is having space for each part but all parts are interrelated and congested. It can be said that low-ceiling ground floor space, compressed space is the drawback of this building (Cusack, 2014). There is no proper space and when visitors get collected in one place then it creates unmanageable situation in the gallery. It can be critically reviewed that full spectrum of architecture intelligence, complexity, richness come together that attract most of the visitors towards the building (Porter, 2013). From the secondary sources it can be critically analyzed that interior is very attractive from the visitor perspective. It has more than 16 exhibition rooms and in all there are adequate lighting arrangement. That visually looks nice, predominantly the natural light enter in the conference room through lattice clerestory.
It is wonderful building, style, art and craft are very attractive and all together robust critical revaluation in its revenues. Users of the building gives response to it positively but some visitors give negative response to it. Salisbury wing building is known for its doors style and further it is showcased through the Some people who come here to visit this place they feel happy and amazed by looking the combination of traditional and modern art. They like the building and its luxurious facilities (Meddings and et.al, 2014). But it can be reviewed that most of the designers or architectures critics on its designs, they give negative response because there is congested area and space is not been used by the builder effectively. Material and construction of the building has become more costly by adding the Hi-tech technologies in the gallery. It can be reviewed that there is proper arrangement of natural and artificial lighting (Peter Blundell Jones and Eamonn Canniffe, 1990). People are looking the building as tourist place that attract most of the travelers from different location. Though they get luxurious facilities and amazing views but somehow designs and space arrangement are not proper that creates messy environment in the building.
From the report it can be concluded that Sainsbury Wing Building is the place which has become the most popular tourist destination of London. Combination of traditional and modern design have made this place popular. Many architectures have identified mistakes in the space arrangement and other facilities in the building that describes that it needed more improvement.
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