About the Group

Parkview Museum Bejing

Parkview Museum Beijing, a private non-profit art institution started in August 2012 by George Wong, Chairman of Parkview Group, is on Level 10, D Tower, Parkview Green, No. 9, Dongdaqiao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing-in the immediate vicinity of CBD.

The Museum, consisting of two halls, covers a total area of over 4,000 m2. The glass curtain walls and the steel-frame structure, coupled with the ETFE fabric on the top, make up a particular energy-saving and environmentally friendly shield, ensuring an independent microclimate in the hall. In addition, thanks to the hybrid air conditioning and ventilating and system, sufficient natural lighting and other state-of-the-art environment protection technology, the museum registers MERV 11, the highest level for complex architecture, providing qualified space for various art exhibitions and helping to achieve the best artistic effect.

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Parkview Museum Singapore

The Parkview Museum·Singapore is a private museum established by the Parkview Group. Located in Parkview Square, it occupies a floor area of 1,400 square metres with up to six metres of ceiling height. It is a brand new space conceived to host exhibitions with emphasis on contemporary art. Its exhibitions will alternate between solo shows, thematic exhibitions and exhibitions featuring pieces from the Group’s extensive collection.

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