Bazaar Art shares the design work of LYCS Architecture for the Iris Art Museum in Suzhou.
"The 2,000-square-meter area brings ample exhibition space to the Iris Art Museum. At the same time, the large glass wall brings natural light into the museum, and with the minimalist architectural language - a sense of contemporary and vitality - is the first feeling when walking into the museum." This is how Fashion Bazaar Art describes the first feeling when walking into Iris Art Museum.
"The Suzhou Iris Art Museum is located on the shore of Li Gongdi, the beautiful Jinji Lake in Suzhou, and its architecture, interior and landscape are designed by LYCS Architecture. The design of the building is based on natural daylight and subtracts from the building blocks to achieve a rich sense of spatial hierarchy. The façade is designed to enhance the composition of the façade by combining the real with the imaginary, and to allow the light and space to change in the interweaving."
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