Wave-Shaped Roof of Recycled Tiles Tops Wang Shu’s Fuyang Cultural Complex

Pritzker Prize-winning architect Wang Shu’s Amateur Architecture Studio has designed a cultural complex topped with clad in recycled tiles near Hangzhou, China.

The Fuyang Cultural Complex, comprises of three buildings – the Fuyang Museum,  Fuyang Archives and Gongwang Art Museum.

The complex’s wave-shaped rooftops are clad in mixed tiles and traversable via staircases and paths accessed from external galleries, offering sweeping views over lush mountains. Read More via Dezeen.