Book Bar by Michael Maltzan

JinHua Architecture Park’s Book Bar, designed by Michael Maltzan, expands the important confluence between the book and architecture in Chinese history: in the third century B.C.E., a descendant of the philosopher Confucius concealed several of his texts in a wall when the emperor ordered all Confucian writings burned. The pavilion form pulls its central wall outward into two unequal, cantilevered arms, each concealing within a public space for learning. The smaller wing is perforated by an Read more […]
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The Manager Room by Buchner & Bruendler Architecten

Buchner & Bruendler Architecten designed The Manager Room for the JinHua Architecture Park. This pavilion is composed of an orthogonal wall-frame open garden space in which a more natural based structure is embedded. The pavilion contains three different functional areas. A public accessible area situated in the center, a working area on the left side and a living area on the right side. Each functional area of the pavilion opens to the yard. Photos by Iwan Baan Read more […]
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