The widespread pirating of architectural motifs in China’s developing urban landscape is a well-documented phenomenon. From AlpineView full post »
Before and After Photos of ‘Quanjude’, a famous Peking Duck Establishment in Qianmen Since 1864
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Ningbo History Museum by architect Wang Shu
Last month, this year’s Pritzker Prize (architecture’s highest honor) was awardedView full post »
A few months ago I read a piece from Bloomberg discussing Frank Gehry’s decision to ‘turn to Asia for architecture projects asView full post »
UNESCO Heritage Site, Longmen Grottoes Stone Carvings near Luoyang, Henan Province. Photo by Easytourchina.
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Competition Winning Entry for China Comic and Animation Museum in Hangzhou, by Dutch Architects MVRDV
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Land reclamation is a controversial approach to urban planning wherever water-bound cities are land-strapped for new development. In theView full post »
A frequently revisited topic in discussions about China’s development is the widespread loss of historic structures andView full post »
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