Design Anthology

Hide and Sleek

When the MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum first opened in 2016 on an empty, tree-lined street in Chiang Mai, the villagers were perplexed. ‘They didn’t understand what it was but then some said “Ah, this must be a new temple”, which was actually quite cute,’ recalls architect Rachaporn Choochuey

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