Biennale Architettura 2016 - Collateral Event

Across Chinese Cities – China House Vision

Video about the exhibition by Piergiorgio Grande

In order of appereance

Curator:Beatrice Leanza
Beijing Design Week

Curator:Michele Brunello
Dontstop architettura


Kenya Hara
House Vision Project

Vittorio Sun Qun
Deputy Director of Beijing Design Week

Ma Yansong
MAD architects

Yungho Chang
Atelier FCJZ

Liang Jingyu
Approach Architectures Studio

Kengo Kuma
Architect

Winy Maas
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Curator
From left: Beatrice Leanza, Michele Brunello
Across Chinese Cities – China House Vision concept
axonometric scheme
B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio
'Urban Furniture: Co-living' is a conceptual extension of this spontaneous form of cohabitation where collective and individual needs seamlessly coexist and shape each other. By Shuhei Aoyama of B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio in collaboration with Sunshine100.
Shuhei Aoyama x Sunshine 100The proposal of Japan born architect Shuhei Aoyama is product of an ongoing collaboration with Chinese real estate developer Sunshine 100. Aoyama's approach takes inspiration from vernacular urban typologies like Beijing 's hutong districts and Shanghai's longtang neighbourhoods.
MAD architects Micro Garden in Hutong Toilet MAD x Roca
Left: Ma Yansong, MAD architects.
MAD's proposal was inspired by Chinese traditional gardens. It explores the possibility of integrating the traditional aristic conception into public toilets in traditional hutong neighborhood. With the aim to create the harmony between the nature and human, the hutong public toilets are reformed from a sole function unit to a micro garden that can on one hand satisfy its functional use with advanced sustainable technique,on the other hand can create visual beauty and a sense of dynamics for the communities.
Atelier FCJZ The Bike House
Yungho Chang x MUJIThe Bike House is both an architectural envisioning for housing systems made for bikers, featuring interiors and common areas designed for their movements, but most importantly it is a proposal for a new form of collective living, a community of cycling enthusiasts. MUJI and atelier FCJZ join forces in exploring the possibilities of such life style. The project in the show, features a set of sculptural elements (Bike Windows) and a series of 8 videos, or  "bike stories", especially realized for the show.

Left: Yung Ho Chang, atelier FCJZ; Hua Li, TAO

Crossboundaries
Crossboundariesi-living™Crossboundaries x IKongjian.comLeft:Binke Lenhardt and DONG HaoBinke Lenhardtholds a Diploma degree in Architecture from the University of Applied Sciences, Dortmund, Germany and a Masters degree in Architecture from Pratt Institute, New York, USA. After studying and practicing in Europe and the United States for 5 years, she moved to Beijing in 2002. Today she works as a consultant for the Beijing Institute of Architectural Design (BIAD) and is also co-founder of Crossboundaries, established in 2005. Binke Lenhardt is regularly teaching architectural design at the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA). She received a number of international awards and fellowships, i.e. the Fulbright Grant for Mutual Understanding, the Sidney Katz Award for talented graduate students of Architecture and the DAAD Graduate Scholarship for study and work in China. Binke Lenhardt is managing director of the office in Beijing and partner and managing director in the Frankfurt´s office.Hao Dongholds a Bachelor degree in Architecture from the Beijing Institute of Civil Engineering and Architecture, and a Masters degree in Architecture from Pratt Institute, New York, USA. In 2002, he returned to China and started practicing and teaching after living and studying in the United States for almost 5 years. Besides working in one of the biggest state-owned design enterprises, Beijing Institute of Architectural Design (BIAD) since 2003. In 2005 Hao Dong co-founded the practice Crossboundaries, based in Beijing. He is regularly teaching at the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA). Hao Dong is managing director of the office in Beijing.
Crossboundariesi-living™Crossboundaries x IKongjian.comChina's first to third tier cities struggle today with the environmental and material consequences of overpopulation as much as the shape-shifting phenomena of demographic segmentation and social change of ever growing number of inhabitants.i-living is a responsive design program that leverage technological innovation to upgrade the offerings of today's housing industry for new generation of city dwellers.
Kengo Kuma
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has created a concept kitchen where surfaces are precariously balanced over assorted types of kitchenware.Called The Floating Kitchen, the design brings together dozens of items found in the Chinese city of Chengdu
The house of spontaneity by Hua Li of TAO
The House of Spontaneity is a celebration of the possibility for future living to become an embodiment of pure self-expression, and the house a temperamental space open to change and constant reconfiguration.
Pole House expounds upon the theoretical mainstays of Marc-Antoine Laugie's 'The Primitive Hut'by way of studying new relations of propinquity between man and nature in the context of contemporary China's urban and rural divide.
NEXT Architects Breathing Home - Start-up Home

Patrik Schumacher, Director of Zaha Hadid Architects.

From the left: Mario Follin,Chancellor University of Architecture in Venice; Patrik Schumacher, Director of Zaha Hadid Architects.

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma

Ma Yansong, MAD architects.

Architect Winy Maas of MVRDV
Designer David Chu
Au Yeung Ying Chai, Designer and Food Curator.
Liu Jiakun, Jiakun Architects

From the left: Giorgio Donà, Omri Revesz, Vittorio Sun Qun, Au Yeung Ying Chai, Kengo Kuma, Winy Maas, Mario Follin, Patrik Schumacher, Weng Ling, Ma Yansong, David Chu, Liu Jiakun, Yung Ho Chang, Michele Brunello, Angela Vettese, Caterina Fumagalli,

From the left, Beatrice Leanza, Michele Brunello, Curator; Mr. Yang Zhijin, Vice Minister of Chinese Ministry of Culture; Laura Fincato, President of Across Chinese Cities Association; Zeng Hao, Director of International Department of Culture Ministry; Zhang Jianda, Cultural Counselor of the Chinese Embassy in Rome, Vittorio Sun Qun, Managing director of Beijing Design Week.

From the left: Angela Vettese, historian and historian of Italian philosophy , curator; Caterina Fumagalli, Director of Sino European Innovation Institute; Michele Brunello, Curator of the Exhibition Across Chinese Cities – China House Vision and Founder of Dontstop architettura; Vittorio Sun Qun, Managing Director of Beijing Design Week.

From the left: Omri Revesz, Designer of Omri Revesz Design Studio; Angela Vettese, historian and historian of Italian philosophy , curator.

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Deputy Major of the city of Venice, On. Laura Fincato
Venice Across Chinese Cities Association
Sino European Innovation Institute
Beijing Design Week

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