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The new Shanghai Museum of Glass is the first glass museum in China, located on a former glass manufacturing site in Baoshan District, Shanghai.

Shanghai Museum of Glass by COORDINATION ASIA | Photo: diephotodesigner.de

Shanghai Museum of Glass by COORDINATION ASIA | Photo: diephotodesigner.de

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Shanghai Museum of Glass by COORDINATION ASIA | Photo: diephotodesigner.de

Shanghai Museum of Glass

Shanghai Museum of Glass by COORDINATION ASIA | Photo: diephotodesigner.de

Shanghai Museum of Glass by COORDINATION ASIA | Photo: diephotodesigner.de

The thing I love about this is the vehicles in the air. That would keep me on permanent edge because although they are secure id constantly be worried about them falling. It just changes the space into a bedknobs and broomsticks idea of inanimate objects flying. I think it just plays with the imagination through emotion which is something really nice to try and capture.

coordination asia: shanghai film museum links past and future

The thing I love about this is the vehicles in the air. That would keep me on permanent edge because although they are secure id constantly be worried about them falling. It just changes the space into a bedknobs and broomsticks idea of inanimate objects flying. I think it just plays with the imagination through emotion which is something really nice to try and capture.

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ARM architects designed a unique building in Mebourne, Australia, displaying a portrait of an indigenous leader, to be completed by Reminds me of a project we did in color and design

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Amsterdam Public Library  The 25 Most Beautiful Public Libraries in the World – Flavorwire

The 25 Most Beautiful Public Libraries in the World

Italian architect Massimo Iosa Ghini designed the Quattro Punti per una Torre sculpture located in the University of Milan.

Italian architect Massimo Iosa Ghini designed the Quattro Punti per una Torre sculpture located in the University of Milan. Interesting siting -contrast with older building adds an anachronistic element.

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