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* Architecture: Yinchuan Art Museum by WAA

Posted by the editors on Saturday, 30 June 2012

Architecture: Yinchuan Art Museum by WAA: “..Layers of sediment left by the gradual shift of the Yellow River inspired the facade of this arts museum that will be built near Yinchuan, China..Designed by Chinese architects We Architech Anonymous (WAA), the Yinchuan Art Museum will be the first completed building of a new Yellow River Arts Centre on a wetland site that the 3,400 mile river once ran through..Glass Reinforced Concrete will be used to create the smooth curves of the ribbon-like facade, which will screen three floors of exhibition galleries, classrooms, a library and a theatre auditorium..”  Contemporary, yet contextual, sensibility..

image: Courtesy of  We Architech Anonymous (WAA); article: Dezeen

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