Wang Shu: “if you listen carefully, you will find out that your clients have no idea what they are talking about” Translated by Ding Mi 丁觅
- by Yu Xiaole This curious-looking dwellinghouse is located in the countryside around Ningbo in Zhejiang Province. It looks like a toy building… or the result of an accident with a crane.
- by Wáng Ruò Chén – When we reach adulthood, we often dream about going back to childhood, but, in this project, one architect had the ideal opportunity… in a commission to design a kindergarten.
This article will discuss Wang Shu’s award-winning project – the Xiangshan Campus of China Academy of Art in Hangzhou. – by Zhang Jiayun
Hefei’s Grand Theatre – by Li Yirong During the ‘Two Sessions’ of the National People’s Congress in March 2013, “Green Architecture” was pronounced to be a central issue to be addressed by the relevant departments of the Chinese government.
TM Studio, founded by Tong Ming, is located within the general Tongji University campus, which is different from many other design studios. Surrounded by university buildings and young students it is intended to provide an atmosphere that is both tranquil and dynamic,
Hangzhou Olympic and International Expo By Wang Weilu The Hangzhou Olympic and International Expo centre, designed by US firm NBBJ, is slated to be one of the new landmarks in Hangzhou.
Futurepolis is an international design firm based in Suzhou, China (and Charlotte, USA). In this highly revealing interview with the partner and principal, Mr Gang Wang, our reporter Zhang Yihan finds out how to succeed as a good architect in China today.