[The most "Chinese" style house - porcelain house]
China is "ceramic" and "China". During the National Day, I feel that I have to go to the porcelain house to check the card. The porcelain house was originally a small house with a history of 100 years. It is now decorated with hundreds of thousands of large and small pieces of porcelain, porcelain pieces, wooden furniture and carvings. It displays the finest old furniture of all ages, and the exterior walls are wrapped in gorgeous porcelain and unique.
[Traffic] Subway Line 3 Heping Road
[ticket] 50 yuan
It is said that the world of local tyrants can't understand, and it is really incredible to decorate the house with the value of the city's assets! Some people say ugly, some say that they have characteristics, but no matter what, when the Tianjin porcelain house really enters your eyes, it will still shock your eyes!
This ingenious, ingenious, almost crazy creative macro, because of its subtle combination of Chinese classical art elements and European Renaissance art style, and the famous Louvre in Paris, The world's top art temples, such as the Pompidou Centre, were selected by the Huffington Post as the Top 15 Unique Design Museums of the World.
Tianjin Porcelain House
United States "Huffington Post" selected the world's fifteen design unique museums in 2010. The porcelain house became the only museum in China. The scene is extremely luxurious, the porcelain is beautiful, and the Jinmen is ancient. At that time, the official kiln tribute to the imperial court, but the road will be inevitably damaged, even if it is only a slight flaw, it will be decapitated, and discarding the influx into the people is a big crime of the Jiuzu, so it can only be broken. Throw into the river and accumulate over the tidal flats at the mouth of Tianjin. The museum's curator, Zhang Lianzhi, has achieved this wonder after 10 years of collection and careful construction. There is a medal at the exit of the
, and friends who like to collect seals or have a habit of handwriting should not miss it. The opposite is the post office. You can buy a postcard and put a medal in the porcelain house and send it out. It is very memorable, and the tickets for the porcelain house are also A postcard.
A French-style small ocean building with more than 100 years of history, more than 400 million Chinese ancient porcelain tiles, more than 5,000 ancient porcelain bottles and more than 4,000 ancient porcelain plates, more than 100 Ming and Qing porcelain cat pillows, more than 400 statues of ancient stone statues More than 20 tons of natural crystal and agate wrapped and decorated, what is the effect? This building has been built as a porcelain house and has been open for business for 10 years. Now it has become a 4A-level scenic spot. It can even be compared with the historical sites of ancient culture street and Drum Tower in Tianjin. In Tianjin, many people have to go to the porcelain house to have a look. The total construction area is 4,200 square meters. Every corner of the porcelain house is dazzled with porcelain, fine mahogany, yellow pear tables and chairs, and other old Ming and Qing furniture. The French architecture is decorated like a living history. More than 700 million pieces of porcelain inlaid on porcelain houses cover all historical periods, including Celadon in the Jin Dynasty, Tang Sancai, Song Dynasty enamel, Longquan porcelain, Yuanming blue and white, Qing Dynasty, etc., almost all categories of official kiln and folk kiln They can all be found on the walls, and they are all cast in cement and fixed with marble glue to form part of the building. The afterglow of the setting sun is filled with this antique building inlaid with porcelain. Today, this porcelain house is not just someone's. It is the whole of Tianjin and belongs to the country.
This is a peculiar house. It is a French architectural structure made from various ancient porcelains, white marbles, crystals, agates and antique accessories. The walls of the Porcelain House are built from hundreds of ancient porcelain bottles from the Warlord Era and the late Qing Dynasty. On the roof, the dragon made from ancient porcelain pieces creates a circular pattern of the word "China". Behind the dragon is the Bird's Nest, the main stadium of the 2008 Olympic Games, made from porcelain fragments. The whole building has five floors. Floors one to four are open to visitors. There are many precious ancient wooden furniture placed on each floor, and the red walls are covered with porcelain pieces to depict the famous and colorful paintings of ancient and modern China and other countries.