News: work is about to start on a high-density, car-free "satellite city" for 80,000 people that will be built from scratch in a rural location close to Chengdu and later replicated in other parts of China. More »
World Architecture Festival 2012: in this movie we filmed at the World Architecture Festival, Chinese architect Li Xiaodong tells Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs how "sustainability is a must" for new buildings in China, because if the country doesn't get it right it's "the end of the world". More »
Beijing Design Week: as a Chinese company announces plans to build the world’s tallest skyscraper in just seven months, Beijing Design Week creative director Aric Chen says that contemporary China should "slow down" and look to "craft thinking" to tackle both small and large-scale design challenges the country is facing. More »
News: a Chinese company plans to build the world's tallest skyscraper in just seven months using pre-fabricated components slotted together like a Meccano toy. More »
Update 6 September 2012: RMJM have sent an official response to our story, saying "While some critics view the unfinished skeleton as a laughable pair of low-rise jeans, the gateway is a far cry from a joking matter." For the full statement, scroll down to the comments section or click here.
Construction is underway on a Olympic-themed museum in Tianjin, China, comprising five connected rings. More »
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