Terracotta Warriors Apartment In Xi'an

An Apartment That Comes With Its Own Army

Inside a kinda creepy, kinda cool design inspired by the Terracotta Warriors.

Ever feel like you're being watched? There's no escaping that sensation in this apartment in Xi'An, China. Designed by Guo Zhihua, the space features 55 large replicas (and 50 smaller models) of the Terracotta Army, funerary sculptures that were buried in the tomb of China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang, in order to protect him in the afterlife. In the apartment, built in 2008, the warrior figures are everywhere — by the bedside, lingering by the tea kettle, literally popping out of the walls. Here, a look inside.

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