Tadao Ando’s Sakakami Cloud Museum is designed in triangular geometric shapes, using glass on a large area, and the cold-wind concrete walls he is best at. In terms of my failing artistic appreciation level, I really don't know the beauty of the round holes in such a cold cement wall. In the elegant description, they are simple and simple. It is not allowed to take pictures inside, so what can be shown is a whole surface of large glass and these concrete walls.
The Sakakami Nomo Museum commemorates Sima Ryotaro’s masterpiece novel, and the key is the masterpiece designed by Tadao Ando. You can understand his aesthetics here.
The "Clouds on the Sakakami" museum designed by Tadao Ando has the typical cold wind of Tadao Ando. There are holes in a large cement wall. People who do not understand art will not appreciate it, and they cannot take pictures inside. "Sakagami no Cloud" is a novel by Sima Ryotaro. The protagonists in it all grew up and lived in Matsuyama. The two Akiyama brothers, Shiki Masaoka, and Soseki Natsume, are a group of prostitutes.
The original meaning of Sakagami no cloud is "clouds rising along the slope", which refers to the process of Japan's eagerness to learn from the Western powers during the Meiji Restoration, and its national strength continued to increase. In Matsuyama, Sakagami Cloud is a museum designed by Tadao Ando, and the entrance is a small slope. The whole design is similar to other designs of Master Itanium. It is made of cold water-moulded concrete. The outside is large pieces of glass, and the inside is still not allowed to be photographed.
The museum is still very early. When I came here at the end of January, it was still cold. I just happened to see children visiting the museum. It was a cold day with bare legs. I was still very brave. The museum had to charge additional tickets, but the price was good and the tickets were not expensive. The museum is quite big, just can't read it. The series of novels made a wall is quite spectacular.