Pour la première fois cette année, l’École de Chaillot, département formation de la Cité de l’architecture & du patrimoine, fait appel à un architecte étranger pour prononcer sa leçon inaugurale. C’est l’architecte chinois Wang Shu qui a bien voulu tirer le fil rouge de ces leçons : la relation entre création, histoire et patrimoine. Son intervention se situe dans la continuité des coopérations que la Cité mène de longue date avec la Chine grâce à l’Observatoire de l’architecture de la Chine contemporaine.
bordered with bustling streets, the 'dalian planning museum' by austrian firm architects collective will become a gateway to the city center of dalian, china. the site redirects the converging main avenues of the urban grid while shifted and rotated floor plates respond to them, projecting the interior to the surrounding context. the skin is comprised of triangulated transparent and opaque surfaces which passively shade during summer months and introduce daylight in the winter.
shanghai-based practice KUU (kok-meng tan, satoko saeki) has sent us images of their most recent project 'minus k house', a private dwelling adjacent to the client's slipper factory in nanhui, china. composed of two components - a weekend house and a residence for the worker - the design is a collection of 3m by 3m volumes that connect to one another to result in a flowing and porous circulation within.
Following a concept of ‘living between the city and the nature’, this luxurious penthouse apartment located on 48th and 49th floors of a residential skyscraper in southern Chinese city of Shenzhen has been recently realised by two Italian-born, Shanghai-based architects Filippo Gabbiani and Andrea Destefanis of Kokaistudios architectural practice. Towering above the hustle and bustle of the fast growing Central Business District in Shenzhen and offering picturesque views of natural landscape of Hong Kong from its southern wing, the apartment is a result of ‘large-scale architectural modifications applied to the original layout’ of two, previously disconnected apartments. Completed in November 2011, the vast, 616-square-meters penthouse takes its name from the tree which bedecks the entrance area.
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