||||||The internal garden brings the outside in|The perforated walls reflect the surrounding landscape, while giving visitors a glimpse of the garden within|Jean Nouvel’s design is inspired by a single brushstroke|The rooftop is glass-floored to allow light into the spaces beneath|The Summer Hall sits beneath a gold ceiling||
08 Oct 2014

The National Art Museum of China by Jean Nouvel

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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