The museum, located in Qinhaungdao and northeast of Beijing, also features an imposing facade of angled concrete panels.
Designed by Andrew Bromberg at Aedas and perched next to Victoria Harbour, the station features a 700-tree green roof and a 147-foot-tall main hall.
Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu’s Shanghai-based atelier has generated a prolific output of design ranging from hospitality and retail interiors to cultural architecture and product.
Johnson Controls' 378,000-square-foot Asia Pacific Headquarters aims to be a new symbol of China’s environmental coming-of-age.
The facade of the office towers, which contain approximately 1,000,000 square feet of space, features a low-tech solution to resisting solar heat gains.
For the Zhang ZhiDong and Modern Industrial Museum in central China, Daniel Libeskind creates a dramatic new urban landmark steeped in the history of Wuhan.
Metropolis's director of design innovation discusses her experiences at a carpet exhibition in Xinging, which demonstrated China’s efforts to connect with the livelihoods of a polyglot regional economy.
The Forbidden City has for centuries marked Beijing’s geographic and symbolic center of gravity. Now, just two blocks East, a glimmering new…
Working in collaboration with London's V&A Museum, the institution aims to be a “social space” for the local community and design professionals alike.
The project's architecture takes cues from traditional Chinese Shan shui paintings, with its office towers' inky, undulating exterior evoking the genre's dramatic mountain peaks.
Less than forty years ago, Shenzhen was a small trading town of fewer than thirty thousand people. You can still find traces of its past in the twisted alleyways and crowded courtyards of Baishizhou.
Leading Chinese architect Pei Zhu on working without a signature style, taking nature as inspiration, and crafting unfinished spaces.
The young Chinese city is shedding its reputation for cheap or counterfeit goods and being recognized as an international design and manufacturing powerhouse.
Instead of draining a wetland to help build a city, AECOM is filling and restoring one.
The Georg Jensen Hus, the Danish silver purveyor's first showroom in mainland China, is a highly curated and culinary experience.
The creative director of the 15-day event on preserving Beijing's hutong districts, urban-renewal strategies, and China's rising design scene
Can making less help us innovate more? This supply-chain guru, who has worked with giants like Apple, is forging connections between sustainable manufacturing and emerging entrepreneurs.
How seriously should architects take Xi Jinping’s remarks on unusual buildings?
The Chinese urban model has landed in cities across Africa, says Dutch research studio Go West Project.
A monograph dedicated to Steven Holl's large-scale projects in China points to a new 21st-century urbanism.