For great architecture, LOPO green cracked terracotta panels
Project Name: Sichuan Songci Museum
Facade Cladding: LOPO green cracked terracotta panels
Quantity: 20000 sqm
The exterior wall is made of green cracked wave-faced terracotta panels, which combines the ancient style of Song porcelain, and appears on the earth like an emerald. It is elegant and concise.
The whole building facade uses 2,000 square meters of green cracked wave surface terracotta panels with a size of 500 * 800mm.
Sichuan Songci Museum is located on the east side of the north section of the colorful road in Chuanshan District. It is an AAA-level tourist scenic spot rated by the National Tourism Administration. The building area of the museum is 5000 square meters. As of 2009, the museum has 10032 cultural relics in its collection, including 31 national first-level cultural relics, 342 national second-level cultural relics, and 1063 national third-level cultural relics. The main exhibits are the late Southern Song Dynasty porcelain and copper wares excavated from the rescued excavations in Jinyu Village, Suining, September 1991. The exhibition includes Longquan celadon lotus-covered jars, Longer Gui furnace, Jingdezhen celadon and white porcelain plum bottles.
Sichuan Song Porcelain Museum is a Chinese special Song Porcelain Museum, with 6 large and small exhibition halls and a display area of 3,300 square meters. It consists of five parts: “Reading Porcelain, Listening to Porcelain, Appreciating Porcelain, Making Porcelain, and Appreciating Porcelain”.
China first appeared in the Neolithic red pottery to the colored porcelain of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. The history of Chinese porcelains shows the development of social life, cultural exchanges, political economy, and national art and science in various periods of China. From red pottery, gray pottery, and black pottery, it gradually developed into primitive celadon, and then from primitive celadon to celadon. The types, styles, and firing techniques reached their peak in the Song Dynasty. The 985 cultural relics in the museum are classics of celadon in the Song Dynasty.
Listen to Porcelain
Listen to porcelain musical instruments and their performances. Porcelain chime is a large-scale percussion instrument in ancient China. It is one of the eight sounds of “gold, stone, silk, bamboo, gourd, earth, leather and wood”. It is divided into three layers of upper, middle and lower layers by porcelain clocks of different sizes, with simple shapes and pure sound. Through sound, light, electricity and other technical means, it presents the shape, glaze and pattern of Song porcelain.
Appreciate the essence of Song porcelain. Song Porcelain is mainly produced in Zhejiang Longquan Kiln in the Southern Song Dynasty, Jingdezhen Kiln in Jiangxi, Ding Kiln in Hebei, Yaozhou Kiln in Shaanxi, and Pengzhou Kiln in Sichuan. Beautiful shape, thick fetal bone, bright glaze. Among them, cultural relics such as lotus-leaved jars, dragon ear kilns, blue-and-white glazed plum bottles, and three-legged toad-shaped water pots are even more rare, and are known as “the treasures of the country.” With “Han Xizai Night Banquet Picture” (partial) as the background, placing wine utensils, cups, plates, etc. on the desk reproduces the life scenes where porcelain and the Song Dynasty are closely related.
Sichuan Song Porcelain Museum provides ancient porcelain identification technology services for tourists. The types of treasures identified include porcelain, jade, calligraphy and painting, and miscellaneous items.
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