Fine. English text. Edited by Liu Kecheng. Hong Kong, 2013; clothbound, pp. 256, col. Ill. and plates, cm 24, 5x31. Museums have long been used for research and education, and now, with more spaces for leisure, social and commercial events due to the intervention of cultural industries, traditional 'sacred temples' have become 'urban halls' that have been integrated into everyday life of the public. Featuring the work of renowned architects from China, this book presents 26 of the contemporary designs for museums. Each project is presented with colour photographs, plans, sections and elevations, as well as numerous construction details. There is also a descriptive text, detailed captions and in-depth information for each project.
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