Architecture

spanning china’s picturesque wanrong river, the jishou art museum is open to the public — designboom

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— by kat barandy: atelier FCJZ has completed the jishou art museum (JAM) in the historic center of the city of jishou, regional capital of xiangxi, china. the museum, organized within two stacked bridges, spans the wanrong river which runs through the middle of the city and offers a centralized location. while visitors will travel to view the galleries, the circulatory nature of the program — which doubly houses a pedestrian bridge — encourages local residents and commuters to encounter the curated visual arts and experience the culture of the city in passing…

Image courtesy of designboom/tian fangfang

May 12, 2019

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