- Time: 5:00PM
- Date: 2022.04.20
- Venue: Zhumu Meeting ID 626 583 5304
- Language: English
Architecture as a discipline is deeply rooted in the land and its people, two fundamentally intrinsic values that give architecture its true meaning. The lecture will discuss the relationship between culture, tradition, history, architecture and design in the post pandemic era through speaker Mr Liu’s own experience.
Mr Liu will introduce his award winning projects such as XY Yunhouse Hotel in Guangxi, Shanghai Minsheng Wharf Riverfront Open Space Renovation, Yangjing Harbor and Hangzhou Grand Canal Waterfront Public Space and the recently opened Caoyang Centennial Park.
Founder and Principal of Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects
RIBA Chartered Architect
Member of the Shanghai Architectural Society Academic Committee
Visiting Professor, School of Design, Shanghai Jiaotong University
Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Master in Architecture 1997
UC San Diego, B.A. in Urban Studies and Planning 1992
Born in China's Taiwan and educated in the U.S., Mr. Liu researched with Rem Koolhaas and co-authored Great Leap Forward in 2001, a seminal work on the urbanization of China's Pearl River Delta. Having held a number of professional and academic positions in the U.S. and Hong Kong, Mr. Liu established his Shanghai-based Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects in 2007. Mr. Liu's notable research-based projects with public interest and forward thinking include Shanghai Contemporary Museum of Art (MoCA), Cidi Memo iTown in Beijing, Shanghai Minsheng Wharf Waterfront Landscape and Reconnection, Yangpu Waterfront Landscape and Connecting Infrastructure in Shanghai. And Hangzhou Grand Canal Waterfront Public Space Promotion.