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Architecture China: Building for a New Culture II

Architecture China: Building for a New Culture II

By (author) Li Xiangning
By (author) Jiang Jiawei
By (author) Wanli Mo
By (author) Rebecca Gross
By (author) Gina Tsarouhas

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Publishing 12th Dec 2022
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    • Contemporary design projects of Chinese museum and galleries
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    Architecture China is a journal focusing on the leading architectural design projects with regional characteristic in contemporary China. This 2022 Fall issue of Architecture China, focusing on how a new culture could be constructed through the action of building, showcases 12 newly completed museums or galleries, all of which express certain characters in contemporary Chinese culture. Four essays by Li Xiangning, Stanislaus Fung, Aric Chen, Jiang Jiawei respectively provide different viewpoints on the topic, and expose critical thinking on cultural events that relate to contemporary China.

    About the Author

    Dr. Li Xiangning is Dean and Full Professor at Tongji University College of Architecture and Urban Planning. He is a member of CICA (Comité International des Critiques d'Architecture), he has worked as curator for numerous exhibitions and has published widely on contemporary Chinese architecture and urbanism. He is Chief Editor of Architecture China and President of Architecture China Foundation. Furthermore, he has been working with international museums and institutes and he has been a jury member to many international awards and competitions.

    Specifications
    Publisher
    Images Publishing Group
    ISBN
    9781864709605
    Publish date
    12th Dec 2022
    Binding
    Paperback / softback
    Territory
    World excluding Japan and South East Asia
    Size
    300 mm x 230 mm
    Pages
    176 Pages
    Illustrations
    176 color
    Name of series
    Architecture China
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