Shanghai: The Chinese government has opened a masterpiece of unique architecture and the world’s largest astronomical museum to the public.
According to a report by a foreign news agency, Chinese authorities have inaugurated the world’s largest astronomical museum in Shanghai, the exterior of which is designed in intricate curved shapes that reflect cosmic geometry.
According to media reports, the main building looks like three circular structures from the top to the bottom. This design shows the planets and their orbits.
The museum covers a total area of 420,000 square feet and includes a multi-room exhibition, display, a satellite, an observatory and a 78-foot high solar telescope.
Designed by an American firm, the building fully reflects the conceptual concepts.
According to media reports, the museum was designed by an American company for which it has also been awarded the Best Design Award in 2014.
The building is designed in such a unique way that its main entrance has a circle of light that reflects the weather and the times of day.
In this circle the light falls on the earth and travels from one place to another throughout the day.