My favorite area of the museum is the David A. Cofrin Asian Art Wing. It is filled with pottery from various times and places throughout history, including many of the Chinese dynasties such as the Zhou, Tang, Ming, and Yuan dynasties. This exhibit has dark wood flooring, high ceilings, and large, glass displays along the walls. Some of the pottery displays contained bigger pieces and therefore had less artwork per display while other had many smaller pieces. This setup made it easier to view the bigger pieces that had more details. The exhibit was labeled with silver writing and the descriptions of the pottery pieces were concise, and therefore the area had minimal reading. Each of these factors contributed to my pleasure with this wing of the museum because the pieces were easy to see and their descriptions were easy to understand, and the sleek design (many other areas of the museum had carpet), gave it a chic, modern vibe.