Architecture China: Re/define Tradition

August 15, 2020|
Architecture China: Re/define Tradition by Li Xiangning
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. A critique of contemporary architectural works in ChinaArchitecture China is a journal focusing on the leading architectural design projects with regional characteristics in contemporary China. This issue focuses on how the architectural tradition is maintained as well as redefined in the contemporary context. Two essays by Li Xiangning, Song Wei & Tian Weijia provide different viewpoints on the topic, and expose critical thinking on how to make a new tradition.
Dr. Li Xiangning is associate dean and full professor in history, theory and criticism at the College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University. He is a member of International Committee of Architecture Critics (CICA); has worked as curator for numerous exhibitions; and his work about contemporary Chinese architecture and u...
Title:Architecture China: Re/define TraditionFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:305 pages, 11.87 X 9.22 X 0.51 inShipping dimensions:305 pages, 11.87 X 9.22 X 0.51 inPublished:15 août 2020Publisher:Images Publishing Dist A/CLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1864708867

ISBN - 13:9781864708868

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