A glimpse at some architects in Beijing
Posted on by Jason Li
Atelier FCJZ was China’s first private architecture firm founded by Yung Ho Chang, who is or has been, amongst other things, the head of the architecture schools at BeiDa and MIT. Fourteen years later, it now consists of more than fifteen architects and takes on hosts of projects every year in China.
MAD is a Beijing-based architectural design studio headed by three up-and-coming architects, two Chinese, one Japanese, who have fancy foreign credentials (such as a Masters of Architecture from Yale). Their works veer towards the futuristic, and their website is filled with pretty renderings of buildings-to-be (some are under construction, some are merely conceptual).
2 comments on “A glimpse at some architects in Beijing”
Great design of the builings. O our website we have a lot of european architecture, but we want more pictures from buildings in china? It’s difficult te reach people in China, I think it will be of great value if we can add new Chinese buildings to our database. Do you know how I can figure this out?
Hmmm… I’m not too sure actually. Someone told me once that this was an architecture blog, but it doesn’t seem as focused on architecture as you may want… So perhaps a simple search in Chinese of buildings in Google or Baidu (the Chinese google clone)?