arcspace features are about today's most creative projects as well as the most influential of the past. We work closely with architects around the world to keep our readers informed and updated.

Location: China

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.

October 05, 2015 /

Liling Ceramic Art City
Archea Associati
Hunan, China

Liling Ceramic Art City is a new city section entirely devoted to ceramic art. Not a regular city, but a special city, where the relationship between architecture, urban space, the material made by the company and industrial tradition merge into one

March 31, 2014 /

China Wood Sculpture Museum
Harbin, China

The unveiling of the China Wood Sculpture Museum in Harbin – near the border with Russian Siberia – signals that even China’s frozen northern periphery is beginning to be reshaped as its economy booms. The figure behind the thunderbolt-hued building is China’s leading experimental architect, Ma Yansong, along with his MAD Architects.

Copyright 1999 - 2015 arcspace all rights reserved.