Shanghai Museum Of Glass by Coordination Asia

Date: 22 September 2011
Shanghai Museum Of Glass by Coordination Asia'Visitors can participate in workshops or take in live glass blowing shows.' Visitors can participate in workshops or take in live glass blowing shows.

Shanghai’s new Museum of Glass represents the city’s historical ties with craftsmanship and style, plus a regeneration of China’s financial capital.

It’s location is fitting; constructed in a former glass factory, the museum pays homage to China’s extensive history in glass-making. Its gleaming façade is also working to boost the area’s revitalization.

Inside, the museum’s interactive approach invites guests to engage their senses throughout the space while exploring technologically-savvy displays. Massive showcases undoubtedly intrigue, such as digital displays that describe the molecular makeup of the medium.

Meanwhile, a temporary exhibition space will host a rotating roster of international artists who work with glass. A number of installations target young children, including a floor-to-ceiling LED screen that bridges the museum’s areas.

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