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Premio Pritzker, Wang Shu. Museo de Historia Ningbo, 2003-2008, Ningbo, China. Foto por Lv Hengzhong.

Wang Shu 2012 Pritzker Prize winner, Ningbo History Museum in China, This texture he has created material is something out of a scene in nature. Love the weathered feel of the wall, not to mention its grand scale. Beautiful sight lines!

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Wang Shu devient le premier architecte chinois lauréat du Prix Pritzker

Ningbo Tengtou Pavilion Shanghai Expo, Shanghai, China, 2010 Photograph is by Lu Wenyu. projects by Chinese architect Wang Shu of Amateur Architecture Studio, who has been named 2012 Pritzker Prize Laureate

Amateur Architecture Studio - Hangzhou - Architects | chinese-architects.com - wang shu - pritzker prize winner 2012

Ningbo History Museum, China by Wang Shu of Amateur Architecture Studio :: Pritzker Prize 2012

Wang Shu from Amateur Architecture Studio has been announced as the  2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize laureate.    Here you will find a selection of his recent projects, such as the New Academy of Art in Hangzhou, the Ceramic House and the Ningbo History Museum.

Wang Shu's Work - 2012 Pritzker Prize

Ningbo History Museum The Ningbo History Museum was designed by the 2012 Pritzker Prize winning architect, Wang Shu and stands as his signature work. Built from rubble, using traditional techniques and local labor, the museum is like an inverted and 66


Wang Shu, this Chinese architect has just won the Pritzker Prize, considered the “Nobel” of architecture. At it is also the youngest laureate. The Pritzker Prize purpose “to …

Iwan Baan shows 23 photos of Ningbo Historic Museum designed by Wang Shu.

Built by Wang Shu, Amateur Architecture Studio in Ningbo, China with date Images by Iwan Baan. In Iwan Baan's website, we found one of the latest works he photographed, the Ningbo Historic Museum designed by Wang.

Galeria - O trabalho de Wang Shu – Pritzker 2012 - 301

Galeria de O trabalho de Wang Shu – Pritzker 2012 - 31

Five Scattered Houses, Amateur Architecture Studio -Wang Shus 2012 Pritzker Prize winner

Wang Shu - Xiangshan School Campus - hese enclosed spaces serve many purposes for each building – for events, gatherings, class, relaxation and even for climate control to help encourage ventilation and a micro climate.  Each building was carefully designed based on its purpose and location with regard for views, breezes, the sun and its relationship to the rest of the campus. Sunscreens help shield the sun from the interior and skylights pull light in through the interior

Wang Shu's Xiangshan School Campus Brings Chinese Architecture Back To Its Roots

xiangshan campus, china academy of art, phase ii, hangzhou, china image © lv hengzhong