Beijing’s Rose Museum

The world’s first Rose Museum has recently been completed by Next Architects in Beijing. The idea was to blend history and modernity with art and architecture while creating a beautiful contrast with its surroundings.

The world's first Rose Museum has opened in Beijing, China, and it's covered by a stainless steel facade that measures in at 984 ft (300m) long and 55ft (17m) high and is perforated by a rose-shaped pattern.

The large scale building is covered by a stainless steel façade that is designed with a perforated rose pattern creating a great sense of movement through the building.

The world's first Rose Museum has opened in Beijing, China, and it's covered by a stainless steel facade that measures in at 984 ft (300m) long and 55ft (17m) high and is perforated by a rose-shaped pattern.

The façade is detached from the main structure in order to create courtyards between the façade and the main building, creating a play of light and shadow.

The world's first Rose Museum has opened in Beijing, China, and it's covered by a stainless steel facade that measures in at 984 ft (300m) long and 55ft (17m) high and is perforated by a rose-shaped pattern.

The world's first Rose Museum has opened in Beijing, China, and it's covered by a stainless steel facade that measures in at 984 ft (300m) long and 55ft (17m) high and is perforated by a rose-shaped pattern.

Photography by Xiao Kaixiong

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