Jinhua Architecture Park

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Front gate of the Park.

Jinhua Architecture Park (Chineset 金華建築藝術公園, s 金华建筑艺术公园, p Jīnhuá Jiànzhù Yìshù Gōngyuán) is a park in Jinhua, a city in central Zhejiang province in eastern China.


The park contains 17 specially designed pavilions by Chinese and international architects. The chief organizer and curator is Chinese designer and architect Ai Weiwei. Naihan Li served as the project coordinator. The project began in 2002.[1]


No. Piece Name (Chinese) Architect/Artist Country Image No. Piece Name (Chinese) Architect/Artist Country Image
1 问询中心
Welcome Center
Till Schweizer Germany 2 茶亭
The Ancient Tree
Christ & Gantenbein Switzerland
3 展示厅
Exhibition Room
Tatiana Bilbao Mexico 4 儿童游戏
HHF Architects Switzerland
5 茶室
Tea House
Liu Jiakun China 6 厕所
Wang Xingwei, Xu Tiantian China
7 综合空间
Comprehensive Space
Yung Ho Chang China/US 8 网吧
Net Cafe
Ding Yi, Chen Shuyu China
9 咖啡室
Cafe House
Wang Shu China 10 古陶馆
Archaeological Archives
Ai Weiwei China
11 冰激凌报亭
Toshiko Mori Japan 12 多媒体室
Multimedia Room
Erhard An-He Kinzelbach United States
13 餐饮
Fün Design Netherland 14 茶室
Bridging Tea House
Fernando Romero Mexico
15 禅空间
Zen Space
Herzog & de Meuron Switzerland 16 书吧
Book Bar
Michael Maltzan United States


  1. ^ Jinhua Architecture Park, arcspace (April 17, 2007)

Further reading[edit]

  • Adam, Hubertus (28 January 2008). "Western and Oriental Traditions in Jinhua Architectural Park". In Lisa Diedrich (ed.). Scape, Volume 2: The International Magazine of Landscape Architecture and Urbanism. Springer. pp. 6–7. ISBN 978-3-7643-8421-0. Retrieved 4 November 2010.
  • Mori, Toshiko (15 January 2005). "Jinhua Architectural Park". In Michael Bell (ed.). 32 Beijing/New York Issue 5/6: Russia-China 1920-2004. Princeton Architectural Press. p. 32. ISBN 978-1-56898-483-4. Retrieved 4 November 2010.
  • Xue, Charlie Q. L. (2006). Building a revolution: Chinese architecture since 1980. Hong Kong University Press. p. 181. ISBN 978-962-209-744-5. Retrieved 4 November 2010.