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by Peter Cachola Schmal,Zhi Wenjun

eBook M8 in China: Contemporary Chinese Architects download ISBN: 3868590250
Author: Peter Cachola Schmal,Zhi Wenjun
Publisher: Jovis; Bilingual edition (April 30, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 160
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M8 in China" showcases a range of work by eight private Chinese architectural offices whose energetic output reveals some fascinating new connections between Eastern tradition and the Western avant garde

M8 in China" showcases a range of work by eight private Chinese architectural offices whose energetic output reveals some fascinating new connections between Eastern tradition and the Western avant garde. Whether it is a museum with a facade made of bamboo-clad concrete or a tea-house sited at the foot of a mountain, all 24 selected projects in this book are impressive evidence of the high quality of current architectural practice in China.

contemporary Chinese architects Zeitgenössische Chinesische architekten. by Peter Cachola Schmal, Wenjun Zhi. Published 2009 by Jovis in Berlin. Projects/Projekte: Amateur Architecture Studio, Hangzhou, ceramic House, Jinhua City ; China Art Academy, New Campus of Xiangshan School, Hangzhou ; Ningbo History Museum, Ningbo. Jiakun Architects, Chengdu, rebirth-brick plan and HU Huishan Memorial, Sichuan ; Lu-ye-yuan Stone Sculpture Art Museum, Chengdu, Sichuan ; Museum of Cultural Revolution Clocks, Sichuan.

M8 in China: Contemporary Chinese sische Chinesische Architekten. M8 in China showcases a range of work by eight private Chinese architectural offices whose energetic output reveals some fascinating new connections between Eastern tradition and the Western avant garde.

M8 in China : contemporary Chinese architects Zeitgenossische Chinesische architekten Peter Cachola Schmal/Zhi Wenjun (ed. ; ]. Library of Congress Control Number: 2009494277.

Contemporary Chinese Architects. Published by Jovis, 2010. Catalog SPRING 2010 Architecture Surveys. Distributor Availability: In Print. Hardcover, . x 12 i. 160 pgs, 140 color. PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 4/30/2010 Active. AVAILABILITY In stock.

Peter Cachola Schmal. Shipping & Return. Whether it is a museum with a façade made of bamboo-clad concrete or a tea-house sited at the foot of a mountain, all 24 selected projects in this book are impressive evidence of the high quality of current architectural practice in China. Hardcover: 160 pages.

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This creates tremendous pressure on architects . Contemporary Korean Architecture challenges architectural stereotypes and promotes innovation with 32 projects from the last 10 years by 16 representative Korean architects.

This creates tremendous pressure on architects, who must figure out how to make the most of every square inch; often they build vertically, but is that the only answer? Contemporary Korean Architecture challenges architectural stereotypes and promotes innovation with 32 projects from the last 10 years by 16 representative Korean architects

Wenjun Zhi. This book professionally examines the style and features of contemporary architecture in China, and comprehensively and deeply summarises architectural practices in China.

Wenjun Zhi. Content of the book not only include the introduction specified case, but pays more attention to the connection between different cases to form scale-effect of information, thereby use a clear main line to establish ties with architectural works around China, and provide precious visual experiences to readers.

M8 in China showcases a range of work by eight private Chinese architectural offices whose energetic output reveals some fascinating new connections between Eastern tradition and the Western avant garde. Whether it is a museum with a façade made of bamboo-clad concrete or a tea-house sited at the foot of a mountain, all 24 selected projects in this book are impressive evidence of the high quality of current architectural practice in China.