The Shekou Museum is scheduled to be built in Shenzhen, China, by Fumihiko Maki. Instead of building something that's mainly concrete, the architect really worked to have green space as part of the structure.
The building is made up of three main sections, which are clearly visible from the outside. The best part of the entire design of the museum is the location and the roof. After visitors have completed their run throughout the museum, they can head to the top of the building and take in the surrounding views of the ocean, since the museum is situated right by the sea.
For those who love design and green-infused spaces, the Shekou Museum is a great tourist destination.
Photo Credits: designboom, vam.ac.uk
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