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The project is a private museum of dried fish maws (also known as swim bladders), located in Shoutou City, China. The client has been interested in collecting aged fish maws for several decades. With a view to communicating the culture and value of fish maws, he entrusted JINGU PHOENIX SPACE PLANNING ORGANIZATION to create a space for displaying his collection. The designers deconstructed the spatial functions via architectural languages, and adopted gray as the main color tone to better highlight the gold-hued aged fish maws that carry memories of the past.
Shantou Zhuang Shi Xiang Ji Caterin
Shenzhen Jingu Phoenix Space
Planning Co. Ltd.