Shanghai Astronomy Museum by Ennead Architects 

The world's largest astronomy museum features in today's Dezeen Weekly newsletter

The latest edition of our Dezeen Weekly newsletter features the world's largest museum dedicated to astronomy, which Ennead Architects has completed in Shanghai.

New York studio Ennead Architects has completed the Shanghai Astronomy Museum in China. Designed to reflect the shapes and geometry of the universe, the museum has no straight lines or right angles.

Readers are amazed. One called it, "pretty spectacular'.

a blue tiled interior
Saint of Athens jewellery store designed to resemble 1960s swimming pool

Other stories in this week's newsletter include a jewellery store in Mykonos designed to resemble a "luxury 60s swimming pool", our round up of 10 bamboo architectures and a cedar bridge in Texas, which was designed to look like a driftwood branch.

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