|Sea World Culture and Arts Center|
|Location||Shekou, Nanshan District, Shenzen, PRC|
Sea World Culture and Arts Center is a waterfront situated multi-use culture and arts center within the greater Sea World development in Shekou, China. The project is a joint venture between the state owned China Merchants Group and Great Britain's Victoria and Albert Museum. It is designed by the Japanese architect Fumihiko Maki. Completed in 2017 the structure is built in two parts. The first part the "sculptural podium" contains the museum and retail stores and the second made up of "three cantilevered volumes" houses a theater, a restaurant and a "multi purpose hall".
The park around the building was also designed by Maki and associates in collaboration with the landscape architecture firm Studio on Site.