The art museum has two entrances, which are in the forms of black square volumes. As an experiential space with guiding functions, the entrance passage strengthens spatial sequence, a sense of ritual and orientation. It isolates visitors from external noisy environment and guides them to the circular art gallery. Two accesses link the closed, dark circular art gallery with the central exhibition hall. The design makes good use of the site’s conditions, as the original double-slope floor at the main exhibition hall area is retained, hence creating a variable vertical space for artwork display.