Intangible Cultural Heritage Museum

The Intangible Cultural Heritage Museum in Suzhou, China designed by Vector Architects.

Recently completed in 2016, the skilled team of Vector Architects was commissioned to design the Intangible Cultural Heritage Museum in Suzhou, China. The community museum includes numerous exhibition spaces as well as a restaurant on the ground floor. The massive concrete building is based on several areas, which have been stacked together to create this modern and minimalist architectural formation. A spacious courtyard with several walkways serves as connection between the various structures. Furthermore, several terraces that have been placed on different levels provide much space and views across the beautiful surroundings. The angled architecture creates a harmonious contrast to the natural environment.

Below you can find a selection of images showing the unique concept of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Museum. To know more about Vector Architects’ outstanding projects, feel free to visit their website: www.vectorarchitects.com

Angled concrete construction.

An angled concrete construction.
Bird's eye view of the plot.

Bird’s eye view of the complete plot.
View from the water towards the Intangible Cultural Heritage Museum in China by Vector Architects.

View from the water towards the Intangible Cultural Heritage Museum in China by Vector Architects.
Cantilevered part of the building.

The cantilevered part of the building.
Courtyards and walkways.

The main courtyard with pool and several walkways.
Fully made from rough concrete.

The building is characterized by rough concrete as well as numerous areas and levels.
Clean, rectangular shapes and surfaces.

Clean, rectangular shapes and surfaces.

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