New architecture in China

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Merrell, 2005 - Architecture - 240 pages
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China is experiencing a period of rapid economic growth and urban expansion. The resulting construction boom has transformed the country into one of the most exciting architectural showcases of the twenty-first century. This book brings together over 100 outstanding projects, from private residences to airport terminals, and also includes winning competition schemes for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. The work of such internationally acclaimed architects as Rem Koolhaas and I.M. Pei is featured alongside that of smaller local practices.

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It just could be true what they say: China may well turn into the next world superpower. Just look at the stunning new architecture popping up everywhere. The 100 buildings described here by ... Read full review

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CONVENTION CENTRES AND TRANSPORTATION
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SCHOOLS COLLEGES AND LIBRARIES
144
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About the author (2005)

Became a doctor first in England, then in Canada. His original field, hematology, led him to study bone marrow transplantation and cellular therapy for cancer.

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