29 July 2013

China's Proposed Art Museum Looks Like A Giant Stingray

Chinese architecture firm MAD has rolled out a new design for the Pingtang Art Museum.

Located on Pingtang island, this museum will mimic the stingray-like shape of the island itself and will have an area of over 40,000-square-meters.

This museum, which is part of China’s “Comprehensive Experimental Zone” project, will house all of the nation’s prized artifacts and will be part of a hub which serves to facilitate trade and cultural relations between Taiwan.

With its undulating design, the museum will connect to an undulating pier, making the design as organic as possible.

Scroll down to view more of this futuristic museum.

[via My Modern Met, Arch Daily]