Check out brand new Bat Trang Ceramic Museum in outskirt Hanoi

The museum consists of seven funnel-shaped buildings which are intertwined together, their outer walls carved into multi-layered patterns that forms a unique work.

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Check out brand new Bat Trang Ceramic Museum in outskirt Hanoi
Bat Trang Pottery Museum is located in Village No.5, Bat Trang Commune, Gia Lam District, Hanoi, about 15km from the centre of the capital.
Check out brand new Bat Trang Ceramic Museum in outskirt Hanoi
Construction commenced in 2018 on an area of 3,700 square metres. The museum is a part of the project “Quintessence of the Vietnamese craft village” of Quang Vinh Ceramic Co., Ltd. and the Hanoi Handicraft and Craft Villages Association.
Check out brand new Bat Trang Ceramic Museum in outskirt Hanoi
The museum is expected to be put into operation in June.
Check out brand new Bat Trang Ceramic Museum in outskirt Hanoi
Although not yet officially put into operation, the museum attracts many young people.
Check out brand new Bat Trang Ceramic Museum in outskirt Hanoi
The museum consists of seven funnel-shaped buildings which are intertwined together, their outer walls carved into multi-layered patterns that forms a unique work. The design is said to have been inspired by pottery wheels – the signature tool of potters.
Check out brand new Bat Trang Ceramic Museum in outskirt Hanoi
From another perspective, it is like the image of a giant ancient pottery kiln of the ancient Bat Trang people.
Check out brand new Bat Trang Ceramic Museum in outskirt Hanoi
The work also makes the most of Bat Trang Village’s ancient materials such as traditional ceramic tiles, mosaic tiles and baked tiles that bring the most authentic colours to the museum.
Check out brand new Bat Trang Ceramic Museum in outskirt Hanoi
The museum has three exhibition floors. The first floor is an area for artists to display their most valuable works, thereby connecting visitors with artisans.
Check out brand new Bat Trang Ceramic Museum in outskirt Hanoi
The second and third floor – the central area of the Bat Trang Ceramic Museum is the area to display artistic ceramic products throughout the process of formation and development of the Bat Trang ceramic village, including the types of ceramic glazes, from ancient to modern, with the changes in colour, shape and decorative motifs on ceramic products.
Check out brand new Bat Trang Ceramic Museum in outskirt Hanoi
Meanwhile the rooftop has an outdoor theatre with stages reserved for events and performances. There will also be spaces for restaurants and cafes as well.