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An Interview with Li Xiaodong

by on Apr 12, 2016 in Architecture
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Recently, AIA HK hosted a lecture by architect and professor, Li Xiaodong. Perspective had the opportunity to sit down with the founder of Li Xiaodong Atelier and discuss his upcoming projects while finding out more about the world of architecture in China today

A professor at Tsinghua University, Li Xiaodong is known for his community-driven projects in rural China. Rather than working on large-scale developments in the changing Chinese urban landscape, he chooses to focus on projects that are unique and that have a number of challenges for him to overcome and subsequently learn from.

Interview with Li Xiaodong from Perspective Global on Vimeo.

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