Liyang Museum

Architects: CROX

Year: 2019


The curved, aluminum-clad brown form of the Liang Museum in China with CROX architecture is designed to be like a traditional musical instrument. Thin strips of aluminum veneer turn brown in various shades and represent a musical instrument.

From the Eastern point of view, architecture is seen as a part of the whole of nature, which includes both interior and exterior spaces. This space connects man, earth and world, and considers the connection between melody and nature and the interaction of man and architecture, and provides a poetic embodiment of the culture and senses of life.

The design concept of the Liang Museum includes visualization, landscaping, singing and flow, which helps to create a discussion about the necessary space and oriental architecture.

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