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Incredible museum by Kengo Kuma will be set inside a lush nature-infused cave in Manila

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 21, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Lucy Wang last modified Oct 20, 2015

Located on a street corner, the eye-catching museum frames its cave-like entrance with a massive plant-covered rock arch. Inside, it appears that almost every surface is covered with lush tropical plantings, which will grow around the ravine’s waterfalls and ponds. The jungle-like aesthetic was inspired by the museum’s order of exhibitions, which will begin with the Philippine’s Neolithic period. Related: Vo Trong Nghia’s Babylon Hotel in Vietnam is wrapped in a flourishing veil of plants...





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