given its location and surrounding context, the project aimed at creating a strong relationship between the artificial building and nature, as well as preserving the historical relics and local culture.
The Ordos Museum in Inner Mongolia, designed by MAD Architects. “I think that no matter what happens in the future, our building should be something without any cultural identity,” says principal architect Ma Yansong. He’s referring to the expectation that architecture for new Chinese cities should either sell a vision of Western modernity or pay homage to extant local cultures. “Maybe our building could be part of their culture in the future.”
The Chinese star, light for all humanity In its permanent journey around the planet, the star city will stop in the biggest megalopolis. Its inhabitants will then get down and communicate with the local population to bring them, with altruism and kindness, the Chinese culture and products, that is to say civilisation. The Super Star stopping over at the Jumeirah island, Dubai
Built by Wang Shu, Amateur Architecture Studio in Ningbo, China with date Images by Iwan Baan. In Iwan Baan's website, we found one of the latest works he photographed, the Ningbo Historic Museum designed by Wang.