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Museum Of The Fangshang Geopark - BAID architects - Beijing, China
Chaoying Yang

Museum Of The Fangshang Geopark - BAID architects - Beijing, China

The Museum Of The Fangshang Geopark locates itself discretely into the landscape of the park through a very particular use of material and profile. The topology of the build appears continuous to the site while architects BAID have chosen and worked the materials to ensure a pallet of colour and surface which integrates the building beautiful into the landscape. What is most interesting however is the way in which the interior spaces feel as much geological as architectural in the voids they reveal and the forms which contain them.