A year ago, I did an architectural design exchange between China and Thailand. In particular, two professors of art design and architectural design from Chiang Mai University were invited to exchange discussions with domestic design masters. Lanna Architectural Center is one of them. In the middle of the ancient city, opposite Chadilong Temple.
This is a preserved historical building, in which the original Thai Chinese living things, all-wood flooring, need to take off shoes.
It's really a house of great texture. There are detailed descriptions of the structure and history of some houses in Chiang Mai. It's worth a visit.
On Sunday's pedestrian market, I saw the landmark of the Lanna Architectural Center, an interesting old-fashioned building with smaller buildings behind it, a cafe in the garden, all in a fairly large corner surrounded by tall brick walls. Admission is free, but donations add value. Some excellent large prints
Lanna Architecture Center is a two-storey building in teak architecture. The first floor is the staff office and the second floor is the exhibition room. The second floor is mainly the building model and photos. There are a large number of exhibitions in Thai and English. No tickets are needed for visitors, but they have to take off their shoes.
Learn about Lanna Architecture. The souvenirs in the shop downstairs are good.
Free Museum by the way. It's small, but it's worth seeing and understanding what Lanner's architectural style is. It is very helpful to see other temples later. There's a small cafe downstairs. It's a bit emotional. If you pass by, you can stop by and rest your feet. There is no need to make a special trip.