Internationally renowned architect Isozaki Arata and his partner Hu Qian visited Imperial Kiln Museum in Jingdezhen
On October 31st, 2019, accompanied by Mr. Zhu Pei, internationally renowned architect Isozaki Arata, his partner Hu Qian, artist Shin Misa and scholar of architecture and art history at the Chinese National Academy of Arts Wang Mingxian visited Imperial Kiln Museum in Jingdezhen. The Imperial Kiln Museum is a national museum with special significance. The imperial kilns in Jingdezhen, the capital of porcelain, mark the rise and fall of Chinese porcelain culture over thousands of years. The shape of the building echoes the traditional form of the kiln. A series of organically scattered arches form the main language of the building. The tradition of reusing kiln bricks from contemporary times has become the reason for the choice of using them in this project. The rhythm of the interior space and the color and texture of the slightly discolored kiln brick create a moving space carrier. The museum is expected to be completed in December.