Exhibition Opening: "Working at Home: Architects during the Pandemic in China"
The exhibition Working at Home: Architects during the Pandemic in China shows the spatial condition of homeworking by Chinese architects during the Pandemic. It also showcases recent work of Chinese architectural practices to demonstrate the current thinking of how to be at home in the city during and after the pandemic.
The opening event began with an exhibition introduction and a guided tour, followed by presentations by four participating architects, and end with a Q&A and discussion.
We were delighted to host the following speakers at the exhibition opening:
Dr FENG Lu, Principal Architect of Wuyang Architecture: The ‘Double Garden House’: Identity and Place
ZHANG Bin, Co-founder and Principal Architect of Atelier Z+, Visiting Professor of Tongji University: Informal Settlements in Dinghaiqiao Area, Shanghai, China
LI Han, Co-founder and Principal Architect of DRAWING ARCHITECTURE STUDIO: Architectural Research into ‘Apartment Blossom’ – the extension of private lives through balcony alterations
Professor LU Andong, Professor of Architecture, Nanjing University: Introduction of a special issue of the Architectural Journal on the Future Habitat after the pandemic
Working at Home: Architects during the Pandemic in China
Hosted by the ACT Research Group
Exhibition webpage: https://www.architects-home.com
Wednesday 3rd Feb 2021
10.00 - 11.00 am (GMT)
Exhibition organiser and chair: Ye Xu (Email: Ye.Xu@nottingham.ac.uk)
with Dr Katharina Borsi & Professor Jonathan Hale
Architecture, Culture and Tectonics (ACT) Research Group Website: