Chinese Architecture

 

Sylvia Chan is Doctor of Philosophy in Architectural History and Theory from The University of Hong Kong. She argues here that while a stylistic expression of Chineseness can, at the moment, only ever be the embodiment of technical agendas, nostalgia and internal Party politicking there is another possibility. The first step on China’s long march into a brave new world is a singular belief in freedom and possibilities, including in its architecture.

Author
Sylvia Chan
Illustration
Chloe Spiby Loh
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