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Xing Kiln Museum / YCA

  • 21:00 - 15 July, 2019
  • Curated by 韩爽 - HAN Shuang
Xing Kiln Museum / YCA
Xing Kiln Museum / YCA, exterior. Image © He Chen
exterior. Image © He Chen

south facade detail. Image © He Chen south facade detail. Image © He Chen ramp. Image © He Chen 1F. Image © He Chen + 36

  • Architects

    YCA
  • Location

    Xingtai, Hebei, China
  • Category

  • Lead Architects

    Yanchuan Liu, Xiaowei Tong, Yuanchen Wei, Jianlong Ma, Zizhuang Zheng, Jie Yang, Yali Ma, Chenxiao Duan
  • Area

    3220.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2017
  • Photographs

  • Project Management

    Yiqiang Meng
  • Construction Drawing Design

    Shuimujujiang Planning & Architecture Design
  • Manufacturer

    Wanyu Architectural Construction
  • Diagram

    Frank Jiang
  • Client

    Neiqiu Tourist Administration
  • More Specs Less Specs
south facade detail. Image © He Chen
south facade detail. Image © He Chen

Text description provided by the architects. The Xing Kiln Ruins is one of the top ten archaeological discoveries in China in 2012. At the excavation site, the archaeological team discovered 11 kiln remnants of the dynasty from the Northern Dynasties to the Tang Dynasty. More than 200,000 pieces of porcelain and kiln furniture shards, as well as more than 2,000 pieces of complete or recoverable objects including brick, tile, pottery, tri-color, porcelain and kiln furniture, were unearthed. The kiln found not only had a very long history but also was well preserved, and had a very rare layout pattern. After the archaeological excavation was completed, the Xing Kiln Ruins Museum was built above the site and opened to the public.

south facade detail. Image © He Chen
south facade detail. Image © He Chen
wall detail. Image © He Chen
wall detail. Image © He Chen

A 52m x 52m grid provides a column-free space above the site pit to meet the protection needs. The foyer and management rooms located under frame structure, and the site pit forms inside and outside two types of spaces.

Courtesy of YCA
Courtesy of YCA

The regular mode is to arrange the circulation along the perimeter of the site pit, however in this design, the main tour circulation is suspended in the air, in order to provide a more efficient and richer experience.

ring path. Image © He Chen
ring path. Image © He Chen
ramp. Image © He Chen
ramp. Image © He Chen

Ring-shaped corridors of various sizes have a positive interaction with irregularly shaped ruins. The seemingly irregular panel division lines of the exterior facade come from each circle’s tangent lines.

ring path. Image © He Chen
ring path. Image © He Chen
ring path. Image © He Chen
ring path. Image © He Chen

Responding to the Xing Kiln Museum on the north side, circle packing algorithm is also used in this building as geometric control method to form various spaces. It is the generator of interior space and skin texture.

1F. Image © He Chen
1F. Image © He Chen
1F. Image © He Chen
1F. Image © He Chen

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Cite: "Xing Kiln Museum / YCA" 15 Jul 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/920905/xing-kiln-museum-yca/> ISSN 0719-8884
exterior. Image © He Chen

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