Located on the edge of the Yangtze River and Taihu Lake in China is the Wuxi Wanda Cultural City, an exhibition center that has been designed to raise awareness of the local culture. The architecture resembles a giant purple teapot, inspired by one of the most popular pottery in the region. The structure measures about 38.8 meters high and has a diameter of 50 meters. The venue is constructed almost entirely of aluminum panels. At night, the building has a perfect lighting. This small cultural center has been very successful both, in form and color.
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