Ennead Architects Unveil the Winning Design for the Wuxi Art Museum Inspired by Chinese Scholar’s Rocks

Wuxi Art Museum – East observation deck. Curtesy of Ennead Architects. Image © Brick Visual

Ennead Architects has revealed the design for the Wuxi Art Museum in the historic port city of Wuxi, China. The competition-winning design proposes a new center for art and culture that builds upon the tradition of the Chinese gardens, a practice with a long legacy in the region. The complex is located in the Shangxianhe Wetland Park, a natural environment that informs and influences the museum experience. According to the designers, the architecture behind the Wuzi Art Museum is conceived as a Taihu Scholar Stone, a contemplative spatial structure sitting quietly in the broader natural context and inviting visitors to pause.

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