Building a Creative Space Using Recycled Materials
Known also as Tang Garden, the environmentally-friendly structure reused many of the discarded building materials from an abandoned warehouse which had stood on that site. The Courtyard now forms an organic whole with the neighboring Creative Arts Center. The latter accommodates art salons and many working studios for pottery, sculpture, traditional Chinese painting, etc.
The garden itself holds various species of trees and plants of all seasons. There is a fishpond and quiet footpaths. This is a peaceful and secluded area in the university where one can come year-round to enjoy quiet solitude and to refresh one’s spirits.
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