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Upcoming Art Museum in China Will Reside on Artificial Island

MAD, an architecture design firm based in Beijing has released plans for an artificial island which will house a museum. The artistic facility will reside in three cave-like forms. Dubai gets all the media attention for spectacular architectural projects. However, China isn't too far behind.A museum design in China has the potential to attract not only art-lovers, but those who enjoy radical, architectural wonders.MAD, an architecture design firm based in Beijing has released plans for an artificial island which will house a museum. The artistic facility will reside in three cave-like forms. The island will be accessed by a narrow bridge and it will be set in a reservoir. The exterior appearance looks like three heaping sands dunes, which are actually derived from concrete mounds, mixed with real sand and shells for textural purposes. The architects stated “The island is firstly a public space that is then turned into a museum. The sea, the beach, the oasis and the slope all

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