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Wang Shu presents work at Harvard’s Kenzo Tange Lecture Series

Architect Wang Shu presents his work, primarily in the city of Hangzhou, during a presentation entitled “Geometry and Narrative of Natural Form” in a series of Kenzo Tange Lectures at Harvard.

As one of the most famous Chinese contemporary architects, Wang Shu is co-founder with Lu Wenyu of Amateur Architecture Studio, and Director of the Architecture School at the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou. He became particularly famous on the occasion of the 10th Architectural Biennale in Venice in 2006 for his structure “Tiles Garden” made in tiles retrieved from destroyed buildings and installed next to the Chinese Pavilion.


  • 2011/12/31

  • Hangzhou

  • Modu Team


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Wang Shu presents work at Harvard’s Kenzo Tange lecture series 30.159848, 120.076361 WANG SHU PRESENTS WORK AT HARVARD’S KENZO TANGE LECTURE SERIESTags: Architecture