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post updated 15 Mar 2020

Architecture in Beijing

Beijing Architecture Designs – chronological list

e-architect have 3 pages of Beijing Architecture Developments selections with links to hundreds of individual project pages. This page lists the major buildings, alphabetically, with images.

The second page (linked below in bold) lists significant buildings but without images.

We aim to select projects that are either of top quality or interesting or ideally both.

Beijing Architectural Developments – Selection

Designs, alphabetical:

Beijing Building : A-C

Beijing Architecture Designs : D-L

Beijing Architecture : M-Z (this page)

Beijing Building Designs

Architecture News – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

20 Jul 2017
2022 The Winter Olympics Plaza, Shougang Garden, Shijingshan Zone, Beijing
Architects: CCTN Architectural Design Co. Ltd
2022 The Winter Olympics Plaza
photograph : Chen He
2022 The Winter Olympics Plaza in Beijing
The project has total area of about 86500 sqm, with main programs of office, meeting, exhibition and the supporting service facilities.

Home of the Future
Design: LAVA
Home of the Future
picture : Doug and Wolf
Home of the Future
A showcase for future living, with nature, technology and man in a new harmony, located on the rooftop of a new furniture mall in Beijing, China. An ETFE geodesic skydome provides a year-round microclimate that opens up the home to a garden filled with sun, light and fresh air, away from the pollution and noise of the city. Visitors will experience fifteen different living spaces, from internal/external bathroom zones to kitchens flowing to veggie patches and bbqs to sunken bedrooms with dream inducing lighting.

Orange Cinemas
Design: Robert Majkut, architects
Orange Cinemas Beijing
photo : Guo Fan
Orange Cinemas
Project in Pacific Department Store in Beijing. The design included some key elements like colour, form, kind of ‘energy’ shaped by the atmosphere, and multimedia solutions which were extremely important issue.

Beijing Building Developments

National Grand Theater of China
Design: Paul Andreu Architects
Beijing Theatre
photo from architects
Beijing Theatre

Parkview Green
Design: Winston Shu of Integrated Design Associates
Parkview Green
image from architect
Parkview Green

Q Bar
Design: crossboundaries architects
Q Bar Beijing
picture : Yang Chao Ying
Q Bar Beijing

Qingcuiyaun Club House
Architects: Beijing Sunlay Architectural Design
Qingcuiyaun Club House
image from architect
Qingcuiyaun Club House

Television Cultural Center
Design: Rem Koolhaas Architect / OMA, The Netherlands
Television Cultural Center Beijing
image from architect
Beijing Cultural Building

Water Cube – National Swimming Centre
Design: PTW with Arup

Water Cube
photo : PTW
Beijing Water Cube : Architecture Contest

Z15 Tower – tallest building in Beijing
Design: TFP Farrells, BIAD, ARUP and MVA
Z15 Tower Beijing
picture from architect
Z15 Tower

More contemporary Beijing Architectural Designs online soon

Beijing Architecture Designs – No Images

The Opposite House – Hotel
Design: Kengo Kuma & associates

Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art
Design: Wilmotte & Associates with Ma Qingyun (MADA s.p.a.m.)

Location: Beijing, People’s Republic of China

New Architecture in Chinese Capital City

Beijing Architecture Designs – chronological list

Beijing Architectural Walking Tours
Phoenix International Media Center
photograph from architects
Beijing Architecture Tours

Beijing Architect

Beijing Building Photos
Forbidden Palace Beijing
picture © Andrew McRae

Bird’s Nest architects : Herzog & De Meuron

Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank

Caiguo Qiang Courtyard House Renovation
Architects: Pei Zhu, Tong WuStudio Pei-Zhu
Caiguo Qiang Courtyard House
image from architect
Courtyard House

Chek Lap Kok Airport : Chep Lap Kok

Chinese Architecture

Chinese Architect

Architecture Walking Tours – city walks

Comments / photos for the Beijing Buildings page welcome