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Thomas Heatherwick Studio’s quivering seed-studded pavilion for Expo 2010 Shanghai. Photography
The China Green Building Forum 2010Subscription
The China Green Building Forum 2010 is a MUST-ATTEND industry gathering, which focuses on latest Government’s Response and Marketing Prospect, Modern Integrated Green Building Design, Advanced Envelopes, Sustainable Materials, Integrated Heat and Power Generation, Innovative Business Models, Water-related Green Building Solutions, Smart Building Systems and Green Device, New Energy Applications, Energy Efficiency Solutions and Systems, enlighten delegates with the best, most timely ...
Within strict space and budgetary constraints, the simplicity of Li Xiaodong’s Tsinghua University extension belies its experimental integrity
‘A thoughtful synthesis of Western Modernism with what is essential in Indian traditional building’Subscription
If flawed in some respects, these projects do promise great things to come
Bann Huay San Yaw post-disaster school in Thailand by Vin Varavarn Architects
Nasu Tepee House in Tochigi, Japan by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP Architects
The self-taught architect is better known for his art, but Ai Weiwei’s architectural studio has developed a restrained style that speaks to the fundamentals – form, structure, proportion and light
It may be the happiest city in India, but with Chandigarh’s rampant growth, there are issues that need urgent attention, not least Le Corbusier’s legacy
The cultural transformation brought about by urban development branded with art is a successful hybrid of state and market forces
(c)uid 006 copy Source: Hiroshi Ueda, courtesy of UID Architects Winner of AR House 2016: in an unassuming Osaka suburb, ‘Cosmic’ is an ambitious architectural landscape