The Vanke (one of China based developer) Sales Pavilion designed by CL3 architects, based on the principle of Chinese Courtyard house with an entry court, front garden, main pavilion, side pavilion with support facilities and back garden that leads to show units.
Tag: China architecture
Munich-based Henn Architekten has won the competition proposal for the China Life Insurance Research & Development Center on the rural outskirts of Beijing. The design concept was developed from a traditional Chinese courtyard architecture and translated into highly technologically developed, forward-looking design. The complex for China’s biggest insurance company consists of a main building, a [...]
LA architect, Morphosis, led by Pritzker Prize 2005 winner Tom Mayne makes a debut to China, a Campus for Giant Group Pharmaceutical. By its sinuous shape, the proposal has been dubbed “The dragon”. The executive offices are organized in the ‘dragon head’ section while the ‘body’ contains remaining program elements including additional offices, a boutique [...]
Project: Bridge Tea House Architect: Fernando Romero (Mexico) Location: Jinhua Architectural Park, Jinhua, CHINA images © Iwan Baan / Fernando Romero Further to the previous post of ‘children playground’ house, Final Wooden House | Sou Fujimoto Architects. Here again a oddly shaped tiny building, Bridge Tea House, designed by Mexico architect Fernando Romero. The Bridge [...]