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March 31, 2014 /

China Wood Sculpture Museum
MAD
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.

Huangshan Mountain Village
 by MAD in Anhui Province, China. Image courtesy MAD Architects
February 25, 2013 /

Huangshan Mountain Village

MAD
Anhui Province, China


The low-rise residences echo the contours of the surrounding topography and offer unequalled access to one of China’s most famous landscapes.

Absolute Towers by MAD  in Mississauga, Canada.  
Photo: Iwan Baan
January 28, 2013 /

Absolute Towers
MAD
Mississauga, Canada

Fondly dubbed the Marilyn Monroe towers by local residents, the Absolute Towers parallel the twisting fluidity or natural lines found in life.

Ordos Museum exterior
Photo: Iwan Baan
January 16, 2012 /

Ordos Museum
MAD
Kang Ba Shi City, Inner Mongolia, China

Located in Ordos, Inner Mongolia, the Ordos Museum is a crossroads for a community working to interpret its local traditions in a new urban context.

Experimental Urban Vision, North Zone
Photo courtesy MAD
March 30, 2009 /

Experimental Urban Vision
MAD
Guiyang, China

Eleven young architects collaborate to design high-density urban nature in China.

Hong Luo Club exterior by night
Photo: Shu He
July 30, 2007 /

Hong Luo Club
MAD
Beijing, China

The expansion of Beijing city has intensively accelerated the development of its periphery area for the last few years, which thereby helped develop the first space typology in China. In the meantime, the suburbian areas emerged gradually.

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