Interviewers: Zhifan Bian and Sheng Li – In this article, UNESCO spokesman argues for architectural localism, and insists that Chinese people should get back on their bikes.
– by Anni Dai – SiFang Parkland, also known as Contemporary International Practical Exhibition of Architecture, is located aside Fo-shou Lake, in Pukou District of Nanjing.
William H Whyte’s classic 1980 study of New York’s plazas started a mini-revolution in urban planning and design in the West. What of China?
This is a short review of B S Johnson’s 1970 documentary, “The Smithsons on Housing”, which might be better titled “The Smithsons on the Tragedy that is London.” Everything they discuss is from the perspective of their project at Robin Hood Garden in Poplar, east London
— by Weiping Wang —- From its beginning 30 years ago, Shenzhen in southern China, has rapidly development from a small village to an international city.
– by Ruochen Gong – The seemingly miraculous distortion of the inner space of this building – by the inclusion and integration of art with architecture – provides a very pleasurable and imaginative use of space.
— by Minghuan Xie — Nowadays, people are seldom bored with the combination of ancient Chinese construction elements with modern architectural design.
– by ShiyuQian – On August 3rd 2014, a 6.5 magnitude earthquake struck Yunnan province (southwest China) at a depth of 12 kilometres.