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Deshaus: Qingpu Youth Center in Shanghai

26-09-2012

Deshaus: Qingpu Youth Center in Shanghai

The architecture of the Qingpu Youth Centre in Shanghai could be interpreted as the scale model of one the old neighbourhoods of the metropolis, which no longer exist in the new urban planning east of the city. Atelier Deshaus examined the relationship between old and contemporary and came up with its vision of the city in a work that focuses on young people.

Foster + Partners, The Art of Architecture exhibition, Shanghai

27-07-2012

Foster + Partners, The Art of Architecture exhibition, Shanghai

The first exhibition of Foster + Partners’ work to be held in China is coming up at SPSI, the Shanghai Oil Painting and Sculpture Institute, July 25 through August 25, 2012.

Environmental and social sustainability in Brisbane.

17-05-2012

Environmental and social sustainability in Brisbane.

Richard Kirk Architect, an Australian studio based in Brisbane, with offices in Shanghai and Kuala Lumpur, has since 2004 been overseeing the Aboriginal and Islander Community School (AIICS) project, for which it created a long-term masterplan .

Tradition and Innovation - Italy in China exhibition

21-03-2012

Tradition and Innovation - Italy in China exhibition

The Italian Pavilion: Shanghai Italian Center comes back to life with an exhibition on everything made in Italy: art, craftsmanship, design and technology.

Gmp, Tianjin high-speed railway station

02-12-2011

Gmp, Tianjin high-speed railway station

It took two and a half years to complete Tianjin high-speed railway station, designed by gmp architectural studio (von Gerkan, Marg and Partners Architects)

Foster + Partners: the Art of Architecture

12-10-2011

Foster + Partners: the Art of Architecture

Times critic Richard Corx is the curator of an exhibition on the architecture of Foster + Partners now open at the Hong Kong Arts Centre

Cancer - 2011 Summer Horoscope

11-08-2011

Cancer - 2011 Summer Horoscope

“Travelling must involve sacrifice of an ordinary programme in favour of chance, the renunciation of the everyday for the extraordinary, and must be a truly personal structuring of our convictions.” Hermann Hesse (writer and poet)

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