Gallery: All Natural Museum of Handcraft Paper in China Doesn’t Use a S...

China's dizzying cultural heritage is well-known, but it won't continue to be unless concerted efforts like the rustic Museum of Handcraft Paper are made to preserve it. Designed by Trace Architecture Office, the museum is built out of a variety of locally-sourced materials, and thanks to traditional SunMao Chinese wood building techniques, not a single nail was required to put it together. Just one fixture in the greater village museum and ecological preserve, this marvelous building definitely does Yunnan's paper-making history proud by featuring its products everywhere - even on the interior finish.

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