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Perkins+Wills’ Science Building, XJTLU

Perkins+Wills’ Science Building, XJTLU

—- by Nikhil Seewoo and Zhu Runzi  —- Covering around 160,000m2, Xi’an Jiatong-Liverpool University North Campus was the first step towards the creation of an international learning, teaching and research environment in China

by × January 27, 2016 ×

Articles, Reviews

(乡愁) Nostalgia (Xiang Chou)

(乡愁) Nostalgia (Xiang Chou)

Shu Haolun. China, 2006. Documentary, 70 minutes. Mandarin w/ English subtitles. —   Review by Tang Lanke  —   

by × November 28, 2015 ×

Articles, Reviews

The Great Mall of China

The Great Mall of China

How Shopping And Socialism Has Inverted The City. –   by Nick Jewell   — After three and a half decades of double-digit economic growth China finally appears to be slowing.

by × November 25, 2015 ×

Articles, Interviews

Chen Haoru: “Chinese cities have no traditions to look up to”

Chen Haoru: “Chinese cities have no traditions to look up to”

– Interviewed by: Shankar Saanthakumar & Liu Bowei  – Chen Haoru is a Hangzhou born architect and artist. After 15 years of studying and working in America he has returned to Hangzhou

by × November 17, 2015 ×

Articles, Interviews

The man who built the world…

The man who built the world…

… or a large part of it! – An interview with Lin Ji by Jiang Hao – It is not often that a working urban planner gets a retrospective show in a major national arts venue. But Lin ji is no ordinary planner.

by × September 19, 2015 ×

Educational Architecture, Interviews, Reviews

Interview with Chen Xudong of DAtrans, Shanghai

Interview with Chen Xudong of DAtrans, Shanghai

DAtrans is an international architecture office located in M50 of Shanghai. Recently, its director Chen XuDong gave a lecture entitled “context, surface and symbiosis”. We travelled to his office to explore some of his ideas further.

by × January 19, 2014 ×

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Housing boom or bust

Housing boom or bust

– by Ding Mi – (photos: Ding Mi) – While the Chinese economy has boomed, the construction sector (especially residential market) has also seen a dramatic rise over the last 30 years.

by × September 6, 2013 ×

Articles

The Laterite Museum by Natural Build

The Laterite Museum by Natural Build

– by Qiang Jiadong – The Laterite Museum is intended for Tonling Heritage Park, Ruichang, Jiangxi province. Laterite is a red soil layer that is rich in iron oxide

by × August 31, 2013 ×

Articles

Gehry’s New Clothes

Gehry’s New Clothes

– by Yu Xiaole – Frank Gehry recently showed off his proposal for a cluster of three towers in his hometown, Toronto.

by × July 13, 2013 ×