There are several sources one can look into while conducting research on China’s current housing situation. In preparation for the “NAi China Housing workshop” we tagged our daily news-resources [China Daily, Foreign Policy, Global Times, ChinaTells and others], scanned our library and talked to people. 4 examples.Details
During the past few weeks, we’ve been working, co-organizing and pre-producing the upcoming “NAi China Housing workshop.” This 3-day workshop is a continuation of previous collaborative efforts between the Netherlands Architecture Institute [NAi], a select group of Dutch and Chinese architects, and a Chinese real-estate developer, to develop solutions for China’s pressing affordable [low-income, low-cost] housing situation. From April 24-26, the first NAi-China workshop is taking place in the China Academy of Art, School of Architecture 中国美术学院建筑艺术学院 in Hangzhou 杭州.Details
MovingCities loves relocating, resettling, packing in and packing out.
After living and working for about one and a half year close to Jing’An Temple, MovingCities recently moved to the Embankment Building on North Suzhou Creek Road. Built in 1933-35, and designed by Palmer & Turner, upon completion it was billed as the biggest building in China. From now on we’ll be operating from there. >> NEW address
A library, research center, art complex, jewelry garden and a former China-Japan Youth Exchange Center are few examples of the selection of the 40 projects in Beijing 北京 for the Beijing DOMUS architecture guide (iPhone iPad app NOW $0.99). MovingCities stripped structures to their bare essence: location, description, architects info, construction year, architect birth year, services, opening hours, entrance fee, phone, public transit, address in Chinese. Check, double check and triple check. Its great when buildings become excel-sheets. Details and preview after the break.Details
About one year ago, DOMUS contacted MovingCities with the request to select, photograph and localize in Beijing 北京 and Shanghai 上海 40 architectural projects for an IT application specially intended for i-phone© and ipad© products. The Shanghai DOMUS architecture guide (iPhone iPad app) is out! [
$4.99 NOW $0.99, in English & Italian] Details and preview after the break.