This cultural complex emerges like an island on ZhongXin Lake, in the Jinwan district of Zhuhai, China. With a width of 170 meters from east to west and a length of 270 from north to south, it is home to three institutions: a performing arts hub with two theaters seating 1,200 and 500, an art museum, and a part devoted to science. The symmetrical arrangement along a central axis is held together by a central plaza that serves as an external foyer. Pedestrian ramps and tunnels invite visitors to cross the lake to get to the public plaza, where several footbridges lead to the different facilities. The roof is formed by the repetition of pieces that vary in scale, in accordance with the functional requirements of each building. Its self-supporting, self-stabilizing modules optimized prefabrication.