Tag Tian Fangfang

MAD Architects YueCheng Courtyard Kindergarten, Beijing

09-02-2021

MAD Architects YueCheng Courtyard Kindergarten, Beijing

MAD Architects’ YueCheng Courtyard Kindergarten is an example of intergenerational integration from China. The kindergarten commissioned by the Yuecheng Group is located next to a seniors’ home in Beijing, a situation permitting integration of preschool education with seniors’ care in a surreal structure that inspires children to think, reflect and pursue endless possibilities.

Imperial Kiln Museum di Studio Zhu-Pei, history and materials

14-01-2021

Imperial Kiln Museum di Studio Zhu-Pei, history and materials

The Imperial Kiln Museum, designed by Studio Zhu-Pei is located in Jingdezhen, renowned for its Chinese porcelain, stands out for its handmade brick vaults. The architecture is reminiscent of the shape of the kilns and even incorporates archaeological relics in the museum project.

OPEN Architecture: Tank Shanghai Art Centre

10-04-2020

OPEN Architecture: Tank Shanghai Art Centre

Designed by OPEN Architecture, Tank Shanghai represents a new type of artistic institution, a blend between city and environment. Created by way of the renovation of 5 fuel tanks from the old Longhua Airport, Tank Shanghai is not just a cultural centre, but also a large park that runs alongside the Huangpu River.

8 projects receive the AIA’s 2020 Architecture Awards

11-02-2020

8 projects receive the AIA’s 2020 Architecture Awards

The American Institute of Architects has announced the eight projects that have won the 2020 Architecture Awards. Eight contemporary architecture projects, chosen independently of the size, style and type of building to represent the best architects can create for improving life for everyone.

Living Garden: the house of the future, by Ma Yansong and MAD Architects

08-10-2018

Living Garden: the house of the future, by Ma Yansong and MAD Architects

Eliminating the boundaries between indoors and outdoors to enjoy the sensation of living entirely surrounded by nature, without giving up the comfort and security of a home. Living Garden is a project by architect Ma Yansong of MAD Architects designed to give form to his concept of the house of the future for the 2018 China House Vision Exhibition.

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