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Posted by on Nov 2, 2016 in Beijing, China, Landscape architecture Posts, NEXT Architects

The World’s First Rose Museum Hits China

The World’s First Rose Museum Hits China

Article by Selen ÖZTÜRK – A review of  the World’s First Rose Museum by NEXT Architects in Daxing District, Beijing, China. In this museum, everything is coming up roses – literally. The world’s first rose museum opened on May 23, 2016, in Beijing, China, in conjunction with the 2016 World Federation of Rose Societies Convention. The convention is an international platform at which the host country and host city...

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Posted by on Jul 21, 2016 in 2016, China, HASSELL, Landscape architecture Posts, Shanghai

How to Change a City with a Competition Entry

How to Change a City with a Competition Entry

Article by Rose Buchanan Huangpu East Bank Urban Forest, design for the Shanghai Waterfront Design Competition, by HASSELL Studio in Shanghai, China Design competitions are often risky things for companies to take on. They involve a large amount of unpaid resources, tight deadlines, and design processes that forgo the useful stages of work input. One might argue then that competitions are simply not worth the time, effort, and money....

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Posted by on May 2, 2016 in 100architects, China, Landscape architecture Posts, Shanghai

How to use Computer Games in Landscape Architecture

How to use Computer Games in Landscape Architecture

Article by Paula Uzarek – Total reading time 5 minutes Red Rouge, by 100architects, in Shanghai, China Do computer games influence landscape architecture; the art of arrangement of elements in a given space? When talking about inspiration, they sure do. It is also known that certain kind of games have an impact on our brain activity as they stimulate the processing of spatial elements. But what connects Tetris with...

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Posted by on Apr 18, 2016 in 2009, Chengdu, China, Landscape architecture Posts, SWA

How to Create a Stunning Modern Design that Respects Cultural Legacy

How to Create a Stunning Modern Design that Respects Cultural Legacy

Article by Radenka Kolarov – Total reading time 5 minutes. We already saw that China definitely has amazing projects in the article by Lidija Šuster. There is also one small but no less important project right in the center of the city of Chengdu. This Campus houses the office buildings and research facility of the company, Symantec, which has created leading technology innovations. SWA team is one of the world’s design...

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Posted by on Mar 29, 2016 in 2015, China, Fujian Province, Landscape architecture Posts

How the Butterfly Bay Interprets the Chinese Integration of Man and Nature

How the Butterfly Bay Interprets the Chinese Integration of Man and Nature

Article by Yang Su Lianjiang Butterfly Bay, by NEXT Architects, in Lianjiang, Fuzhou, Fujian Province, China China’s rapid urbanization has meant that high-rise buildings with unique Chinese character have been sprouting up in large numbers in the country’s cities. There has also been an uptick in constructed green space to make up for the deterioration of the natural environment. In this way, China is becoming a leader in environmental...

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Posted by on Mar 15, 2016 in China, Landscape architecture Posts

China’s Got Talent – 10 Awesome Projects From China

China’s Got Talent – 10 Awesome Projects From China

Article by Lidija Šuster Following on in our world series we have selected 10 awesome projects that perfectly represent landscape architecture in China today. It is known world-wide that China is a very active country in all areas of life (civil engineering, martial arts, all sorts of industry, etc.), but what stands out the most is the landscape architecture. As a part of a “Got Talent” series, like USA’s...

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