Shanghai-Based Architecture Studio Wutopia Lab Created This Cutting-Edge Design for The Monologue Art Museum in China – Design You Trust

Shanghai-Based Architecture Studio Wutopia Lab Created This Cutting-Edge Design for The Monologue Art Museum in China


The Monologue Museum is a slowly unfolding hand scroll. Starting from the small entrance theater where the light breaks through the corners, entering the art gallery, the quiet water courtyard slowly reveals itself along the open corridor with shifting lights, passing through the colorful yoga room to the bright art gallery (exhibition and painting rooms). Then the light fades, the path gets narrower, and you almost miss the tearoom hidden behind the wall.

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