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Wong Chuk Hang, one of the most hip “undiscovered” neighborhoods in Hong Kong, isView full post »
While Chinese cities are growing at an unprecedented pace, much of this growth isn’t what most city planners would consider “smart” —View full post »
More can happen in two years in a developing country like China than can happen in a decade or more in developed countries. And given thisView full post »
View over Victoria Harbor towards Central- the center of the pro-democracy protests
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The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) shared with us their new study on “China’s Urban Dreams 2014” – an update onView full post »
SPARK Architects have shared with us their award-winning design for a new mixed-use development in Beijing. Designed for Vanke in theView full post »
A local looks up at the new African Union Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The complex was funded entirely by Chinese money. PhotoView full post »
As China’s state media increases its accusations of tax evasion, real estate developers are going on the defensive.
Last week,View full post »
Zaha Hadid’s Wangjing SOHO design (left). Chongqing Meiquan 22nd Century design (right). Image from AFP.
Earlier this year, theView full post »
The widespread pirating of architectural motifs in China’s developing urban landscape is a well-documented phenomenon. From AlpineView full post »
Hong Kong’s Bank of China building with its original nighttime lighting scheme (left) compared to its current one (right)
TheView full post »
The following piece appears in the new issue of the architecture journal CLOG:RENDERING
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