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Landscape Architecture

Levin Monsigny Landscape Architects – Landscape Park and Museum Gardens Liangzhu Culture Museum, Hangzhou, 2004–2008

Levin Monsigny Landscape Architects – Liangzhu Culture Museum, Hangzhou, fictitious excavations in the park; Photo: architects
Levin Monsigny Landscape Architects – Liangzhu Culture Museum, Hangzhou; Photos: architects
Levin Monsigny Landscape Architects – Liangzhu Culture Museum, Hangzhou, Lake landscape; Photo: architects
Levin Monsigny Landscape Architects – Liangzhu Culture Museum, Hangzhou, Lake landscape; Photo: architects
Levin Monsigny Landscape Architects –Landscape Park and Museum Gardens, Liangzhu Culture Museum, Hangzhou, 2004–2008, view of the park; Photo: architects
Levin Monsigny Landscape Architects –Landscape Park and Museum Gardens, Liangzhu Culture Museum, Hangzhou, 2004–2008, water yard;  Photo: architects

The Museum Park represents Neolithic culture by means of fictitious archaeological digs. In abstract form, finds from Liangzhu culture determine the overall design concept – from the artificial landscape to the museum’s inner courtyards.

Architects: Axel Hermening, Martina Levin, Nicolai Levin, Luc Monsigny
Project team: Rob Grotewal