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Location: China

November 27, 2016 /

Micro Hutong
ZAO/standardarchitecture
Beijing, China

Micro Hutong represents the aggregation of a series of architectural reiterations, in which ZAO/standardarchitecture’s Zhang Ke has reimagined the hutong for the 21st century. Hutongs form a characteristic part of the historical architectural fabric of Beijing, comprising narrow laneways lined by siheyuan, traditional courtyard dwellings.

January 04, 2016 /

Dalian International Conference Center
Coop Himmelb(l)au
Dalian, China

A multi-functional “small city within a city” with conference and event rooms for 7,000 visitors. A landmark for the prospering harbor city of Dalian.

October 12, 2015 /

Qujing Culture Center
Atelier Alter
Qujing, China

The Qujing Culture Center, situated by a man-made lake in a newly developed district of Qujing city, contains some of China’s oldest and most precious artefacts, including a collection that dates back to the start of life on earth.

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