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Jiakun architects | Luyeyuan stone sculpture museum

Architecture Jiakun architects | Luyeyuan stone sculpture museum

Jiakun architects | Luyeyuan stone sculpture museumThe Museum preserves a collection of Buddhism stone sculptures, and takes the strategy of classical Chinese gardening layout, making the audiences pass through different natural and artificial spaces.

Jiakun architects | Luyeyuan stone sculpture museum

 

Jiakun architects | Luyeyuan stone sculpture museum

Jiakun architects | Luyeyuan stone sculpture museum

Jiakun architects | Luyeyuan stone sculpture museumThe wall is built with local construction labor and techniques, organizing the light, exhibited items and scenarios by gaps between building blocks. The building is integrated into the environment and creates a specific sense of site.

Jiakun architects | Luyeyuan stone sculpture museum

Location: Xinmin town, Pi county, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China
Design by: Jiakun architects | Liu Jiakun
Design team: Wang Lun
Project name: Luyeyuan stone sculpture museum
Structure designer: Zhao Ruixiang
Design: 2001.2~2001.6
Completion: 2001.6~2002.7
Site area: 6670m²
Building area: 1100 m²
Material: Reinforced concrete, shale brick, pebble, bluestone, glass, steel

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