The Stoneware and Ceramics Room
I'm sure this is a common choice for the "Museum Design" category, but this room is simply impossible to overlook. It lures you in with its enormous, unenclosed stoneware pieces, such as "A Heave to Unfold" and "Pli Selon Pli", which leave the viewer curious as to what they are, engaging the imagination in a unique way. Then on your way out, the room captures your interest once again with its highly organized cases of minute ceramics, which contrast in every possible way with the massive, unconstrained stoneware pieces. Overall, this wing of the Harn is easily the most visually fascinating due to its . As a viewer, you come for the eye-catching foreign stoneware and stay for the detailed variety found in the ceramics collection.
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