Enamelware Museum and Cultural Centre in Shanghai

Perforated-aluminium screens zigzag around the walls of this cylindrical arts museum in Shanghai, which was designed by Wutopia Lab and features a 1970s-style rockery. Local architecture studio Wutopia Lab was asked to create the museum for the former manager of an enamelware factory, who wanted a space to showcase Chinese craft products – including metalware decorated with elaborate enamel patterns. 

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Cedaceros 11 Building, Madrid, Spain.

(Arch. Antonio Vázquez de Castro & Manuel Sierra, 1966-69)

Photo by Carlos Traspaderne with Hasselblad 500 C/M & Ilford film.