An article I found was “” This is a meditation hall in eastern china designed by Hilarchitects, this can be a space for reflection because of it’s empty space, walking space, and landscaped outdoors. In the article, it states “The architectural strategy here was to diffuse the volume, divide spaces into continuous but circuitous public spaces without retrieving the original structure,” explained the studio.” This complex was designed to be uninterrupted and the interior decorations have been kept simple, which is something I look for while reflecting I wouldn’t want too many distractions. There are adjustable windows concealed with slim steel that allows just enough sunlight to “create a dark, reflective setting for guests”.This can be my ideal place for reflecting.