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The sense of life in architecture lies in the duration of time, which is closely related to the usage scenario. However, buildings also have their own life cycle, whether it is the decline of the building's own functions, changes in social demands or new requirements by local policies, all of which become opportunities for old buildings to be rejuv...
Project name
LI CITY STUDY: The Renewal, Reuse, Renovation and Sustainability of Public Building
Architecture firm
Greater Dog Architects
Location
No.375, Yingbin Avenue, Tianmu Lake Town, Liyang City, Jiangsu Province, China
Photography
Metaviz Studio
We want to keep it. But at the same time, we want to approach it with a new attitude; I hope it could be in proper use,” says the architect Li Weimin. As an ancient monumental building, the ancestral hall serves as an important place for social interaction and clan connection. Nowadays, despite urban development and life changes, homeland and fami...
Project name
YANLORD TANG SONG
Architecture firm
T.K. Chu Design Group
Location
Convergence of Jingying Road and Jingqi Road, Yushan Bay, Jiangyin City, Wuxi City, Jiangsu Province, China
Photography
Xiao Bo and Fangfang Tian from Moyun Visual
A Living Theatre Mount, the demonstration area of Vanke Cloud Valley project designed by Wutopia Lab for Xuzhou Vanke, will be completed, and opened by New Year's Day 2022.
Project name
Vanke Cloud Valley Project Display Area
Architecture firm
Wutopia Lab
Location
Software Park Road, Quanshan District, Xuzhou City, Jiangsu Province
Photography
Liang Junhao
BAU (Brearley Architects & Urbanists) designs Yuandang bridge that connects Jiangsu and Shanghai. The Yuandang Pedestrian Bridge celebrates the coming together of Jiangsu Province and Shanghai. The 586m bridge is a hybrid structure incorporating landscape, infrastructure, and architecture. It is located in a key location where the two jurisdiction...
Project name
Yuandang Bridge
Architecture firm
BAU (Brearley Architects & Urbanists)
Location
Qingpu, Shanghai, Suzhou Jiangsu, China
Length
586 m
BAU (Brearley Architects & Urbanists): Jiangyin is on the Yangtze, the world’s busiest working river. The city is regenerating part of its industrial docklands as a high density live-work district. Stage one of this major project is the creation of a 4 km public realm along the river edge. The design was selected through invited competition.
Project name
Docklands Park
Architecture firm
BAU (Brearley Architects & Urbanists)
Location
Jiangyin City, Jiangsu Province, China
Photography
Zeng Jianghe, Xiazhi