Dezeen Agenda features Junya Ishigami’s one-kilometre-long museum

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The latest edition of our weekly Dezeen Agenda newsletter features a one-kilometre-long museum in ChinaSubscribe to Dezeen Agenda now.

This week, Japanese architect Junya Ishigami revealed the one-kilometre-long Zaishui Art Museum that stretches across a lake in China.

The 20,000-square-metre, linear museum was designed as the entrance to a new development zone in Rizhao in China’s Shangdong Province.

NASA and Lockheed Martin unveil “quiet supersonic” jet

This week’s newsletter also featured NASA and Lockheed Martin’s experimental X-59 supersonic jet, the completion of the world’s longest cantilever in Dubai and K0hn Pedersen Fox’s 520 Fifth Avenue supertall skyscraper in Manhattan.

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