The aims of kindergarten designs are often instrumental. In this way, even “play” is a means to improve results. - by Ru Jia, Zijian Chen, Ye Kong, Ruochen Gong, Yixin Lv and Linzi Lui
“Although many people criticize the single typology in Chinese cities, they do not realize that this actually resulted from our own choices based on emotional-thinking”. by Zhan Su
by Liu Linzi, Yu Mengfei, Sun Chenxing and Zhu Xiaoyi – University libraries have long been regarded as a symbol of educational excellence within the universities in China.
On 27th March, five architecture students were invited to attend the launch of RIBA’s showcase event at Xintiandi New Style in Shanghai. The glitzy affair, attended by an international audience of architects, designers and artists was organized to launch the “Design Your Style” project, part of Shanghai Fashion Week.
By Sun Xueyi – In such a wide variety of climates and geographical conditions that can be found in China, a variety of dwelling styles and construction techniques have arisen to suit the local conditions.
Interviewers: Hannah Bryan, Li Yirong Photographer: The BMO Office, XJTLU On 9th December 2013, David Stavros and Robert Marshall from B+H came to Xi’an Jiaotong Liverpool University to speak on “nature in the city”. They suggested that their practice tries to establish nature into mega cities all around the world
By Liu Linzi BROAD Group have proposed a project to build a “Sky City” in 2012: an 838-metre high, 208-storey skyscraper in Changsha, China. It will include shops, residential accommodation for 30,000 people, five schools, sports facilities, and a 1000-bedroom hotel… as well as four helipads and a 12km ramp