Depth in surfaces – Wang Shu’s Ningbo Museum

Ningbo Museum by Wang Shu's Amateur Architecture Studio, by Iwan Baan

Ningbo Museum by Wang Shu's Amateur Architecture Studio, by Iwan Baan

Museum designed and built as if by archeological time. The Ningbo Historic Museum was designed by Wang Shu of Amateur Architecture Studio. Photos by Iwan Baan, via archdaily. I think of this as “archeotecture.”

Ningbo Museum by Wang Shu's Amateur Architecture Studio, by Iwan Baan

Ningbo Museum by Wang Shu's Amateur Architecture Studio, by Iwan Baan

Ningbo Museum by Wang Shu's Amateur Architecture Studio, by Iwan Baan

Ningbo Museum by Wang Shu's Amateur Architecture Studio, by Iwan Baan

Ningbo Museum by Wang Shu's Amateur Architecture Studio, by Iwan Baan

Ningbo Museum by Wang Shu's Amateur Architecture Studio, by Iwan Baan

Ningbo Museum by Wang Shu's Amateur Architecture Studio, by Iwan Baan

Ningbo Museum by Wang Shu's Amateur Architecture Studio, by Iwan Baan

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One Response to “Depth in surfaces – Wang Shu’s Ningbo Museum”

  1. Archeotecture | Ouno Design Says:

    […] sensation you sometimes get when viewing something impossibly old. The Ningbo Museum (at bottom) is actually an archeological museum, so it’s not surprising that it mimics an […]

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