WA Awards for Chinese Architecture 2018


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WA Awards for Chinese Architecture (WAACA) was established by World Architecture magazine in 2002, and was awarded biennially. The mission of WAACA is to encourage and introduce completed works addressing the national conditions of China with innovative values. It aims at enlivening the academic atmosphere of Chinese architectural community, promoting the prosperity of Chinese architectural design, enhancing the quality of Chinese architecture, contributing to the public understanding and recognition of architectural industry in China, and introducing Chinese architects and architectures to the world.

In 2014, the seventh cycle of WA Awards for Chinese Architecture expanded to a larger range, with increased the categories of the awards, and identifying more clearly the value appeal of each award. By encouraging more types of projects to participate in the selection, WAACA intends to introduce more outstanding Chinese architectural works to the Chinese society and the world.

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Happy New Year of the Pig 2019!


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This Monday brings with it not just a new week, but a new year. 2019 is the year of the Pig, and as the New Year starts ArchDaily is committed to furthering its mission of fostering knowledge and inspiration for architects, helping them build better cities, and becoming a professional tool. Since Archdaily China was founded in 2015, the team has been dedicated to serving Chinese architects and promoting their works worldwide. 

To celebrate the New Year, we have collected greetings from a number Chinese architects. Through this call, we hope to extend their blessing to all architecture lovers.

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Xinzhai Coffee Manor / TAO – Trace Architecture Office


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Longyuan School / ZHUBO-AAO + H DESIGN


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Atrium of middle school teaching building. Image © Schran Image

Atrium of middle school teaching building. Image © Schran Image

  • Zhobo Aao Design Team: Qiao Zhong, Wenhang Xiao, Yisheng Li, Yu Qu, Huanhuan Zhu, Pu Chen, Zhuangwei Li, Hanlu Zhong, Zhuo Chen
  • H Design Design Team: Kun hu, Wei Zhang, Tiansong Qin, Suhang Ye

Social corridor. Image © Schran Image

Social corridor. Image © Schran Image

Text description provided by the architects. Along with times changing and urban space juxtaposition, open teaching has been gradually taking place of traditional indoctrinating teaching. Such open-ended teaching requires not only indoor classrooms, but also outdoor teaching places. Based on the situation of limited urban space, unique regional culture as well as sundry education environmental requirement, how to make a school meets all the requirements of a new era is a question now.


Aerial night view of the northeast corner . Image © Schran Image

Aerial night

Distribution of functional space
Primary school atrium. Image © Schran Image
Primary school atrium. Image © Schran Image
Primary school courtyards. Image © Qingshan Wu
Primary school atrium. Image © Schran Image
Courtyard analysis
Primary School Entrance. Image © Schran Image
Social courtyard analysis
Public space. Image © Qingshan Wu
Primary School courtyards. Image © Schran Image
Primary school entrance atrium. Image © Schran Image
© Schran Image
Middle school courtyard analysis
Indoor classroom. Image © Qingshan Wu
Indoor classroom. Image © Qingshan Wu
Library . Image © Qingshan Wu
Library . Image © Qingshan Wu
Executive building lobby. Image © Qingshan Wu
Landscape layer . Image © John Siu
The indoor space adjacent to the stadium. Image © Qingshan Wu

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National Trade Center / Aedas


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Courtesy of Aedas

  • Architects: Aedas
  • Location: Taichung, Taiwan
  • Lead Architects: Andy Wen
  • Area: 52924.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018

Courtesy of Aedas

Courtesy of Aedas

Text description provided by the architects. Aedas-designed National Trade Center is a 165-metre tall office building prime located in Taichung city, within the emerging central business district and adjacent to the Opera House and City Hall.


Diagrams

Diagrams

Diagrams

Diagrams

The iconic building replicates the unique silhouette of a bamboo shoot – a plant commonly found in Taichung which symbolises prosperity in Chinese culture. This design is deemed to enrich the city skyline while celebrating a cultural symbol. 


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Courtesy of Aedas

The faceted façade undulates with horizontal awnings with distinctive rain covers and window-walls to emphasise the unique shape and curves of the building. The elliptical shape allows maximum light penetration to the office area. Vertical greening with local plant resources on the east and west façades as well

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Courtesy of Aedas

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Tianjin Binhai Museum / gmp Architects


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West elevation. Image © Christian Gahl

West elevation. Image © Christian Gahl

  • Architects: gmp Architects
  • Location: Binhaixinqu, Tianjin, China
  • Architect In Charge: Meinhard von Gerkan, Stephan Schütz, Stephan Rewolle
  • Project Leader : Jinying Sui, Sebastian Linack
  • Area: 26500.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Christian Gahl
  • Design Team: Marco Assandri, Dinah Borjans, Mulyanto, Dimitri Philippe
  • Project Management: Di Wu, Yangjiao Liu
  • Partner Practice: Tianjin Architectural Design Institute (TADI)
  • Client: Tianjin Binhai New Area Cultural Center Cci Capital Ltd

Northwest elevation . Image © Christian Gahl

Northwest elevation . Image © Christian Gahl

Text description provided by the architects. The Tianjin Binhai Cultural Center has been completed with a new museum building designed by Architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp). The Museum of Modern Art is part of the art and cultural complex in the port city of Tianjin, which has been built to a masterplan by gmp. The new building will be used to show exhibitions of work by contemporary artists. With

Inner facade. Image © Christian Gahl
Entrance from cultural concourse. Image © Christian Gahl
Detailof street facade. Image © Christian Gahl
Floor plan level 2
Section museum - cultural concourse
Reception area. Image © Christian Gahl
Exhibition area with mobile wall elements. Image © Christian Gahl

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Tianjin Binhai Cultural Center / gmp Architects


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East/west axis with central plaza. Image © Christian Gahl

East/west axis with central plaza. Image © Christian Gahl

  • Architects: gmp Architects
  • Location: Binhaixinqu, Tianjin, China
  • Architect In Charge: Meinhard von Gerkan, Stephan Schütz, Stephan Rewolle
  • Project Leader: Jinying Sui, Sebastian Linack
  • Area: 31600.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Christian Gahl
  • Design Team: Dinah Borjans, Maarten Harms, Lu Yun, Dimitri Philippe
  • Project Management : Di Wu, Yangjiao Liu
  • Partner Practice: Tianjin Architectural Design Institute (TADI)
  • Client: Tianjin Binhai New Area Cultural Center Cci Capital Ltd

Main entrance. Image © Christian Gahl

Main entrance. Image © Christian Gahl

Text description provided by the architects. The Binhai Cultural Center at Tianjin, the metropolis in the east of China, which includes five cultural buildings by international architects, has been created to a masterplan by Architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp). With the concept of a roofed-over cultural concourse, gmp has created a specific typology for this unique project. The inverted umbrella-like structures are a distinct architectural

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Masterplan
Steel column. Image © Christian Gahl
Section through cultural concourse
Cultural concourse. Image © Christian Gahl
North entrance . Image © Christian Gahl

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The Fuzhou Strait Culture and Art Centre / PES-Architects


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Birdseye. Image © Marc Goodwin

Birdseye. Image © Marc Goodwin

  • Architects: PES-Architects
  • Location: Mawei New Town, Fuzhou, China
  • Lead Architects: Pekka Salminen (chief designer), Martin Lukasczyk (project architect), Samuel Hsuan-yu Shih (ceramic artist), Lai Linli (project manager)
  • Design Team: Wei Li(project coordinator), Xiaojing Guang(project manager), Yizhou Zhao, Masahide Nakane, Matti Kankkunen, Anna Blomqvist, Clara Juan, Uros Kostic, Antonio Barquinha, Martin Genet, Jian Dou
  • Area: 153000.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Marc Goodwin, Yong Zhang, Martin Lukasczyk

River portrait. Image © Marc Goodwin

River portrait. Image © Marc Goodwin

Text description provided by the architects. Helsinki and Shanghai based studio, PES-Architects, have completed their seventh project in China: the Fuzhou Strait Culture and Art Centre. Fuzhou is the capital and one of the largest cities in Fujian Province. It has been ranked one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the world. In 2013, the Fuzhou Government hosted an international invited competition for the Strait Culture and Art Centre

Five jasmine petals. Image © Yong Zhang
site plan roof level
Facade closeup. Image © Marc Goodwin
ceramic facades. Image © Marc Goodwin
Spiral ramp. Image © Marc Goodwin
concourse lobby. Image © Marc Goodwin
curved gallery venue entrance. Image © Marc Goodwin
curved gallery and stair. Image © Yong Zhang
venue foyer stairs. Image © Yong Zhang
opera hall. Image © Marc Goodwin
section opera hall
opera hall balcony. Image © Marc Goodwin

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MARS Case / OPEN Architecture


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© Qingshan Wu

© Qingshan Wu

  • Architects: OPEN Architecture
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • Architect In Charge: Hu Li, Wenjing Huang
  • Design Team: Boji Hu (Project Architect), Mian Qin, Meng Ma, Mengru Li, Wenhan Wei, Xuezhu Sun
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Qingshan Wu, Nácasa&Partners Inc.
  • Enterprise Partner: Xiaomi
  • Structural Consultant For The Exhibition Pavilion: CABR Technology
  • Lighting Consultant: Ruiguang Boying Lighting Laboratory (Hongri Lighting Group)

© Qingshan Wu

© Qingshan Wu

Text description provided by the architects. On September 26, 2018, MARS Case—a minimal housing prototype designed by OPEN Architecture in collaboration with Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi—was officially unveiled to the public outside the Bird’s Nest National Stadium in Beijing. The proposal is part of an annual cross-industry innovation and research platform known as House Vision, which uses the medium of the “house” to explore and question the direction of our living habits and urban environments in the future.


© Nácasa&Partners Inc.

© Nácasa&Partners Inc.

Two hundred years ago, Henry

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© Qingshan Wu
© Qingshan Wu
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Hilltop Gallery / dEEP Architects


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© Baiqiang Cao / ZERO

© Baiqiang Cao / ZERO

  • Architects: dEEP Architects
  • Location: Luanping, Chengde, China
  • Principal Architect: Daode Li
  • Design Team: Yiying Wu, Yuan Zhou, Ding Kuai, Xinyuan Zhang, Jing Zhou, Wenmo Liu
  • Executive Architect: BIAD
  • Interior Design: dEEP Architects
  • Area: 2600.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Baiqiang Cao / ZERO
  • Structural Engineer: BIAD Complex Structure Research Institute
  • Contractor: Kingsway Engineering Co. Ltd.
  • Lighting Consultant: Beijing Sign Lighting Industry Group
  • Landscape Consultant: ECOLAND
  • Client: Providence Enterprises Investment Holdings

© Baiqiang Cao / ZERO

© Baiqiang Cao / ZERO

Text description provided by the architects. Hilltop Gallery locates on Yanshan Mountains bordering Beijing and Chengde, where there is a perfect view to Jinshanling Great wall. With 1500㎡ construction area and 2600㎡ floor area, the building not only functions as an art gallery and venue for related cultural projects, but also a reception, dining and exhibition area for Phonenix Valley project.


© Baiqiang Cao / ZERO

© Baiqiang Cao / ZERO

The site

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Courtesy of dEEP Architects
© Baiqiang Cao / ZERO
Section-perspective
© Baiqiang Cao / ZERO
© Baiqiang Cao / ZERO
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Courtesy of dEEP Architects
First Floor Plan
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© Baiqiang Cao / ZERO

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Renovation of Auditorium in North Campus, Central Academy of Fine Arts / Yu Yang · CAFA


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© Weiqi Jin

  • Architects: Yu Yang · CAFA
  • Location: CAFA, Beijing, China
  • Architect In Charge: Yu Yang · CAFA
  • Interior Designer: Yu Yang · CAFA
  • Landscape Designer: Xiaolei Hou · CAFA
  • Area: 1000.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Weiqi Jin

© Weiqi Jin

© Weiqi Jin

Text description provided by the architects. Auditorium in North Campus was originally used as a lecture hall. The renovation is designed to expand the space and improve the quality of the equipment, which will be used to host international conferences, and to serve as the student activity center. In the traditional concept, auditorium symbolizes sense of honor and order, which presents introverted and stylized stability. However, based on the current open and flexible teaching atmosphere of college, we define the auditorium as a part of the public space of the campus, and make it a diversified interactive place for campus activities, academic exchanges, assemblies and so

© Weiqi Jin
© Weiqi Jin
© Weiqi Jin
© Weiqi Jin
© Weiqi Jin
© Weiqi Jin
© Weiqi Jin
© Weiqi Jin
© Weiqi Jin
© Weiqi Jin

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The Imprint / MVRDV


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© Ossip van Duivenbode

© Ossip van Duivenbode

  • Architects: MVRDV
  • Location: 32-2 Gwangjang-dong, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, South Korea
  • Principal In Charge: Winy Maas
  • Partner: Wenchian Shi
  • Design Team: María López Calleja with Daehee Suk, Xiaoting Chen, Kyosuk Lee, Guang Ruey Tan, Stavros Gargaretas, Mafalda Rangel, Dong Min Lee
  • Area: 9800.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Ossip van Duivenbode
  • Co Architect: GANSAM Architects & Partners, South Korea
  • Facade Consultant: VS-A Group Ltd
  • Panelization Consultant: WITHWORKS
  • Gfrc: Techwall

  • Lighting: L’Observatoire International

© Ossip van Duivenbode

© Ossip van Duivenbode

Text description provided by the architects. MVRDV has completed construction on The Imprint, a new 2-building art-entertainment complex in close proximity to Seoul’s Incheon Airport. Featuring a nightclub in one building and indoor theme park in the other, the windowless structures feature three key design elements: imprints of the façade features of surrounding buildings, lifted entrances, and a golden entrance spot covering one corner of the nightclub building.


© Ossip van Duivenbode

© Ossip van

© Ossip van Duivenbode
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© Ossip van Duivenbode
© Ossip van Duivenbode
© Ossip van Duivenbode
© Ossip van Duivenbode
© Ossip van Duivenbode
© Ossip van Duivenbode
© Ossip van Duivenbode

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The Imprint / MVRDV


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Lè Architecture / Aedas


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Courtesy of Aedas

  • Architects: Aedas
  • Location: Yuanqu Street, Nangang District, Taipei City, Taiwan
  • Director: Dr Andy Wen
  • Area: 11449.8 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Façade Consultant: 美樺實業股份有限公司
  • Structural Engineer: ENVISION structural engineering consultant
  • 3 D Consultant: HKR Engineering Consultants
  • Lighting Consultant: Guang Lighting Design
  • Landscape Design: Aedas, Chiu Chui-Juey Architect and Associates

Courtesy of Aedas

Courtesy of Aedas

Location and Context
Nangang is a fast-emerging district in southeastern Taipei, with major facilities such as Financial Park, Software Park, Exhibition Center etc. The project site is near Nanhu Bridge and Nangang Software Park Metro Station.


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Courtesy of Aedas

Concept

Concept

Design Concept
The building integrates regional culture and represents it in a contemporary building form. The design drew inspiration from pebbles along the Keelung River to deliver a unique, aesthetically appealing exterior coupling with greenery on the façade. Its design conveys the ideas of roundness and elegance, strength and character. The egg-like shape implies it

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Courtesy of Aedas
Courtesy of Aedas
Concept
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Guangxi Culture & Art Center / gmp Architects


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© Christian Gahl

  • Architects: gmp Architects
  • Location: Liangqing Qu, Nanning shi, Guangxi Zhuangzuzizhiqu, China
  • Architect In Charge: Meinhard von Gerkan, Nikolaus Goetze, Dirk Heller
  • Project Managent: Dirk Seyffert
  • Partner Practice In China: ECADI, Shanghai & Shanghai Modern
  • Area: 113764.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Christian Gahl
  • Competition Design Team: Christoph Berle, Hanna Diers, Jessica Last, Mikael Stenberg, Ziheng Wu, Xinling Xu
  • Detailed Design Team: Christoph Berle, Cai Feng, Maike Jäger, Liwen Knoll, Jessica Last, Holger Schmücker, Alexander Schnieber, Mikael Stenberg, Marcus Tanzen, Xinling Xu
  • Project Management China: Di Wu, Wei Lin, Zheng Wang, Mei Pan, Yangjiao Liu
  • Structural Design: schlaich bergermann partner GmbH, Stuttgart/Shanghai
  • Fassade Consultants: SuP Facade Design, Darmstadt/Beijing
  • Landscape Design: WES, Hamburg
  • Lighting Design: ag-Licht, Bonn
  • Media Technology / Acoustics: Müller BBM, Munich
  • Stage Technology / Stage Lighting: Kunkel Consulting, Bürstadt
  • Client: Weining Ltd., Nanning, China

© Christian Gahl

© Christian Gahl

Text description provided by the architects. The

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© Christian Gahl
© Christian Gahl
© Christian Gahl
Section of the opera house
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© Christian Gahl
© Christian Gahl
© Christian Gahl

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Bamboo Craft Village / Archi-Union Architects


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© Bian Lin

  • Architects: Archi-Union Architects
  • Location: Daomingzhen, Chongzhou, Chengdu, Sichuan, China
  • Principla Architect: Philip F. Yuan
  • Architecture: Alex Han, Xiangping Kong, Shaoying Lei, Bing Yang
  • Interior: Qinhao Wen, Xiaoming Chen, Jingyan Tang, Qiucheng Li, Ju Wang
  • Structure: Jing Wang, Jinjiang Zhou, Lei Li, Chen Liang, Chen Liang, Qiang Zhou, Xiang Zhang, Xiaoyi Zhao
  • Electromechanical: Yong Liu, Ying Yu, Xi Li, Yong Wang, Dawei Wei
  • Digital Fabrication: Wen Zhang, Liming Zhang, Sizhong He
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Bian Lin, Huapeng Chu, Li Han, Wei Zang, Hua Chai, Philip F. Yuan
  • Digital Fabrication: Shanghai Fab-Union Architectural Techonology and Digital Fabrication Co.,LTD
  • Construction: Sichuan Zhongye Cultural Tourism Co.Ltd.
  • Masterplan For Bamboo Craft Village: Chengdu Meiyu Landscaping Engineering Co., Ltd.
  • Guide Rule: Sichuan Jiehong Construction Engineering Co., Ltd.
  • Timber Structure: Suzhou Crownhomes Co.,LTD
  • Steel Structure: Sichuan Xinchangle Architectural Engineering Co.,LTD
  • Contributor: Ningjue
    © Huapeng Chu
    © Bian Lin
    © Li Han
    © Hua Chai
    © Bian Lin
    © Bian Lin
    © Philip F. Yuan
    © Wei Zang
    © Huapeng Chu
    © Huapeng Chu
    © Huapeng Chu
    © Huapeng Chu

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Zero Pavilion: A Zero Carbon Garden Made in Alibaba / Tenio Tianjin Architecture and Engineering Co., Ltd.


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© Ren Jun, He Zhihan

© Ren Jun, He Zhihan


© Ren Jun, He Zhihan

© Ren Jun, He Zhihan

Text description provided by the architects. A pavilion floating on the water,
with material crystal clear as if nothing was there.


© Ren Jun, He Zhihan

© Ren Jun, He Zhihan

Tillandsia levitate in the air,
Draw an ancient landscape painting by plant color.


Courtesy of Tenio Tianjin Architecture and Engineering Co., Ltd.

Courtesy of Tenio Tianjin Architecture and Engineering Co., Ltd.

Courtesy of Tenio Tianjin Architecture and Engineering Co., Ltd.

Courtesy of Tenio Tianjin Architecture and Engineering Co., Ltd.

From “made in CHINA” to “made in ALIBABA”,
Real world and virtual world,
Link to all-embracing cyber field.


© Ren Jun, He Zhihan

© Ren Jun, He Zhihan

© Ren Jun, He Zhihan

© Ren Jun, He Zhihan

Carbon sequestration of plant grow in merlon,
Flexible PV provide Solar power generation,
As well Recycled goods

© Ren Jun, He Zhihan
© Ren Jun, He Zhihan
© Ren Jun, He Zhihan
© Ren Jun, He Zhihan

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Guardian Art Center in Beijing / Büro Ole Scheeren


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View from North Plaza. Image © Iwan Baan

View from North Plaza. Image © Iwan Baan

  • Architects: Büro Ole Scheeren
  • Location: Wang Fu Jing Da Jie, WangFuJing, Dongcheng Qu, Beijing Shi, China
  • Architect In Charge: Ole Scheeren
  • Partners: Eric Chang, Dan Cheong
  • Associate In Charge: Virginia Chiappa Nuñez
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Iwan Baan, Shuhe, Alex Fradkin
  • Team: Marcel Holmberg, Sun Ke, Emily Liang, Cecilia Lei, Yingda Liu, Anna Pierotello, Nina Sattler, Olaf Turck, Lin Wang; with: Benjamin Ahrens, Mark Biemans, Kim Bjarke, Catarina Canas, Alicia Casals, Michael Cavander, Jeffrey Cheng, Patrick Conway, Dyno Du, Nicolaz Frez, Brian Fung, Daniel Hawkins, Xinran Ji, Philipp Kramer, Emeline Laurencon, Yuyang Lin, Mavis Liu, Wymen Lo, Max Ma, Rafael Merino, John Murphey, Marcin Olszowski, Kevin Ou, Kevin Park, Yanyadech Phornphong, Aaron Powers, Klementina Savickaite, Jim Shi ,Chiara Storino, Joseph Tang, Yang Tao, Elena Yang, Quentin Yiu, Francis Young, Lei Yu, Danny Zhang, Bruno Zhao, Weiwei Zhang, Yi Zhu
  • Concept
    View to Forbidden City and Jingshan Park . Image Courtesy of Buro Ole Scheeren
    View to Ground Staircase. Image © Iwan Baan
    Interior View to Grand Staircase. Image © Iwan Baan
    Ground Floor Lobby. Image © Iwan Baan
    Perspectival Section. Image Courtesy of Buro Ole Scheeren
    Auction Pre-Function Hall. Image © Shuhe
    Interior View of Exhibition. Image © Alex Fradkin
    Interior View of Guardian Office. Image © Shuhe
    Context Diagram. Image Courtesy of Buro Ole Scheeren
    View to The Hutongs though The Perforation. Image Courtesy of Buro Ole Scheeren
    View of North Entrance. Image © Iwan Baan
    Facade Concept Diagram. Image Courtesy of Buro Ole Scheeren
    View from Drop Off. Image © Iwan Baan

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2017 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture Opens This Week in Shenzhen 


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Text from the organizers Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (UABB). The Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (UABB), the only exhibition in the world to explore issues of urbanization and architectural development, will be opening for its 7th edition on December 15th, 2017. UABB will be held at Nantou Old Town in Nanshan district, an urban village that was once the administrative center of the Bao’An County. Hou Hanru, Liu Xiaodu, and Meng Yan (in alphabetic order) make up the curatorial team, all known for notable accomplishments in their respective fields. UABB is thrilled to host more than 200 award-winning exhibitors from 25 countries to share their perspectives on diversity and urban villages at this year’s biennale.


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Exploring Integrated Diversity in the Urban Context
Cities, Grow in Difference, organized into three sections, will represent the interpretation of Chinese/global urbanization and the future prospects of cities. Shenzhen’s

UABB2017_Aerial View of Nantou Old Town. Image Courtesy of UABB2017
UABB17_Zhang Chao. Image Courtesy of UABB2017
UABB2017_The city should be different, its survival and prosperity liest in its ability to maximize differences and alternatives. Image Courtesy of UABB2017
UABB2017_Poster_2. Image Courtesy of UABB2017
UABB2017_Main Exhibition Nantou Old Town A1 District. Image Courtesy of UABB2017
UABB2017_Li Jian Ling. Image Courtesy of UABB2017
UABB2017_Sislej Xhafa_BIGSIXH2016. Image Courtesy of UABB2017
UABB2017_AtelierBowWow_Model. Image Courtesy of UABB2017
UABB2017_Nantou Old Town - Aerial View. Image Courtesy of UABB2017
UABB2017_Nantou Old Town City Gate. Image Courtesy of UABB2017
UABB2017_Main Exhibition Nantou Old Town- Street (Day). Image Courtesy of UABB2017

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Rural House Renovation in Zhoushan / Evolution Design


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© JianPing Yang

© JianPing Yang

  • Architects: Evolution Design
  • Location: Zhoushan, China
  • Architect In Charge: TianQi Guan
  • Project Team: Kang Gao, Hao Yu
  • Interior Designers: Shaohua Liu, Yue Han, Honhye Yu
  • Area: 265.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: JianPing Yang, Yong Zhang
  • Arrangement Designer: Shaohua Liu, Yue Han
  • Structural Designer: Xiaofei Chen
  • Electromechanical Design: Qiulong Liu
  • Project Director: Naiying Peng
  • Project Manager: Haimiao Chen, Weishi He
  • Design Consultant: Daniel Wu and the stars team
  • Development Organization: Beijing brain media advertising co. LTD
  • Contractor: ShengSi Third Construction Engineering Co., Ltd.

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Text description provided by the architects. 70% of the houses in a village sitting on one of the Zhoushan Islands are hollow, but the stone structures, with their building material sourced from the local area, are quite solid and integrally constructed. Roofs have already partly collapsed, which can be expected when considering the technology and material conditions of

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