The pictured open red window's design highlighted this Shanghai suburb's architecture. Simple lines were used throughout the village, yet rooflines were embellished with terra-cotta tile patterns and ornate paths lead visitors through the township. These are but two of the ways the little suburb's design pleased. The architects built basic structures, and then enhanced their work by adding interest via lines and patterns to engage the citizens' senses.
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March 9, 2010
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