Intended to be a sprawling, imaginative olive limb augmented from China to Taiwan, the Pingtan craftsmanship exhibition hall has barely kicked things off. Pingtan Island, where the exhibition hall seems to be built, is a portion of the closest Chinese soil to Taiwan. It is on this island that plan firm MAD Architects has drawn up a quiet, skimming craftsmanship gallery.
Looking like something between a gigantic lily cushion and a sting ray, the Pingtan symbolization display center will sprawl crosswise over in excess of 130,000 square feet of man-made island. There, in excess of 1,000 Chinese national fortunes will be on showcase. The Pingtan Art Museum is truly an accomplishment for Chinese architecture and is setting the bar extremely high for innovative designs.