Yalin Mimarlik has completed a weathering-steel-clad archaeological museum in northwest Turkey, which is dedicated to the history of the city of Troy.
Located 800 metres from the site of the ancient city, the orange-coloured museum was designed by Turkish architecture studio Yalin Mimarlik to resemble an “excavated artefact”.
It takes the form of a cube clad in weathering steel called Corten, which extends down below the ground into a vast subterranean level.
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