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Grote historische Chinese architectuur in de verboden stad

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Amateur Architecture Studio - Hangzhou - Architects | chinese-architects.com - wang shu - pritzker prize winner 2012

Amateur Architecture Studio - Hangzhou - Architects | chinese-architects.com - wang shu - pritzker prize winner 2012

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Superimpose creates ring-shaped pavilion in rural Hangzhou to teach city dwellers about farming

Superimpose creates ring-shaped pavilion in rural Hangzhou to teach city dwellers about farming

Chinese studio Archi-Union Architects programmed robots to construct this undulating brick facade of an art gallery in Shanghai's West Bund district run by the Chi She artists collective.  - photo by Shengliang Su and Bian Lin, via dezeen

Chinese studio Archi-Union Architects programmed robots to construct this undulating brick facade of an art gallery in Shanghai's West Bund district run by the Chi She artists collective. - photo by Shengliang Su and Bian Lin, via dezeen

Harbin Opera House by MAD Architects | Yellowtrace

Harbin Opera House by MAD Architects

Harbin Opera House by MAD Architects | Yellowtrace

Tidal waters wash underneath Seashore Chapel by Vector Architects

Tidal waters wash underneath Seashore Chapel by Vector Architects

Also designed to be a 'model of sustainable design', the house blends easily with its tropical environment courtesy of its lush green walls

Astrid Hill House by Tsao & McKown reinvents the Chinese courtyard typology

Also designed to be a 'model of sustainable design', the house blends easily with its tropical environment courtesy of its lush green walls

Harbin Opera House | MAD; Photo: Huffton+Crow | Archinect

Harbin Opera House | MAD; Photo: Huffton+Crow | Archinect

Vector Architects has built a concrete chapel on a Chinese beach, but raised it up above the sands so that seawater can wash underneath

Vector Architects has built a concrete chapel on a Chinese beach, but raised it up above the sands so that seawater can wash underneath

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