Ai Weiwei designs Villa To Sifang Art Museum In China

The Chinese contemporary artist and activist – Ai Weiwei has extended his extraordinary portfolio once again. Recently the multi-talented artist has designed an architectural collection called ‘six room’ villa to the Sifang Parkland.
Ai Weiwei designs  Villa To Sifang Art Museum In ChinaSituated in Nanjing, the China International Practical Exhibition of Architecture (CIPEA) features a collection of built has contributed by developing and showcasing installations, pavilions and architecture by a selection of 24 Chinese and international practices.
Ai Weiwei designs  Villa To Sifang Art Museum In ChinaThis has included pritzker prizewinner Wang Shu, British architect David Adjaye, Ettore Sottsass and Steven Holl.
Ai Weiwei designs  Villa To Sifang Art Museum In China
“A house with no owner”, the entire structure is composed of purely concrete, stands on a hill and has six, clearly divided but connected rooms standing side by side.
The slightly curving structure, with six units- “aims to restore the functions and formations of the building into fundamental factors in language.” humbly strict in comparison to the other schemes on the estate. Inside  the furniture is mostly made of timber crates, installed with wheels and reflecting a mobile aesthetic.
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