Shanghai International Wine and Spirits Museum, a bunker turned into a museum

The bunker that houses the International Wine and Spirits Museum today was the perfect hiding place for both weapons and artillery.Jose ConfusedUpdated: 05/03/2017 12:41 hoursShare Transforming a war bunker into a museum is already a challenge, but achieving such a spectacular result as that of the Shanghai International Wine and Spirits Museum seems mission impossible. Where before there were weapons and artillery, today the most complete wine collection in all of Asia is housed. Leading the result is Shanghai Godolphin, a revolutionary design studio that has brought tradition and functionality together. Built under the mandate of Chiang Kai-shek, former leader of the Republic of China, the bunker that today houses the International Wine and Spirits… Read More

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