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post updated 20 May 2023


Architecture Developments in China

We have 8 pages of Chinese Architecture Developments selections. We aim to select excellent quality Chinese building projects. e-architect cover completed buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across China. The focus is on contemporary Chinese buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

Chinese Architecture : news + key projects

Chinese Architecture Developments : A-C (this page)

Chinese Architecture Designs : D-G

Chinese Architectural Designs : H-J

Chinese Building Designs : K-P

Chinese Architectural Developments : Q-R

Chinese Building Developments : S

Chinese Buildings : T-Z

Chinese Architectural Developments

Chinese Architecture Designs, alphabetical:

Anhui Provincial Art Museum, Hefei
Design: RTA-Office
Anhui Provincial Art Museum Building
picture from architects office
Anhui Provincial Art Museum, Eastern China
The project developed by RTA-Office belongs to a big masterplan that includes three different museum buildings surrounded by a big green area. The Anhui Provincial Paleontological Fossils Museum and the Anhui Provincial New Museum are already built. RTA-Office was involved in the design of the third one, the Anhui Provincial Art Museum.

Art Museum of Yue Minjun, nr Chengdu
Design: Studio Pei-Zhu
Art Museum of Yue Minjun - Chinese Architecture Developments
image from architect practice
Art Museum of Yue Minjun
When tracing back to ancient times and dreaming of future, we find two contrary propositions that meet and collide in Qingcheng Mountain. What type of architecture language can be used to tell such incompatible and interesting encounter?

Bank of Chéngdu Headquarters
Design: Nikken Sekkei
Bank of Chéngdu HQ Building
image from architects studio
Bank of Chéngdu Headquarters
The premises for this project are located on a major road running through the center of Chengdu. It is possible to see the building from approximately 10 kilometers away from the north and south. In order to imbue the building with a strong presence in a district that is crowded with a variety of shapes, we position a building with a simple and strong cubic shape along the axis of the city.

Beijing Olympic Green
Design: RMJM Architects
Beijing Olympic building
picture from architect firm
Beijing Olympic Architecture
The largest media centre in Olympic history is part of the BOGCC complex that accommodates both the Main Press Centre (MPC) and International Broadcasting Centre (IBC). Occupying more than 150,000 square metres, the MPC and IBC will be home to more than 20,000 accredited journalists, photographers and broadcasters.

Beijing Olympics – The Water Cube
Design: PTW with Arup
Water Cube Building
photograph © Arup_Ben McMillan
Water Cube Beijing
The National Aquatics Centre, also known as the ‘Water Cube’, will be one of the most dramatic and exciting sporting venues for the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008. Enclosed within the blue bubble walls are five swimming pools, including a wave machine and rides and a restaurant, along with seating and facilities for 17 000 spectators.

Beijing Publishing House
Design: Studio Pei-Zhu
Beijing Publishing House - Chinese Architecture Developments
render from architect office
Beijing Publishing House
Publishing MicroCity is a project to transform an existing 12 storey office block occupied by the Beijing Publishing Corporation into a centre promoting creativity within the publishing industry. It also aims to increase public interest in publishing.

Beijing South Railway Station, Beijing
Design: Farrells
Beijing Station Building
photo © Arup / Zhou Ruogu Architecture Photos
Beijing Station Building
China’s Ministry of Railways has hailed Farrells’ Beijing South Railway Station as an exemplar project that will be used as a benchmark for massive new investment for China’s railway infrastructure. Among the new stations currently under construction is New Guangzhou Station, another of Farrells’ projects, due for completion in 2009.

Bike Pavilion, Southern China
Design: NL Architects
Bicycle Club Building - Chinese Architecture Developments
picture from architects studio
Bike Pavilion China, Hainan Province

Bird’s Nest – Chinese Nat. Stadium Building
Design: Arup, Herzog & De Meuron, China Architecture Design & Research Group
Birds Nest Building
photo © Arup_Ben McMillan
Birds Nest Beijing

British Pavilion Shanghai 2010 Pavilion building
Design: Heatherwick Studio
British Pavilion Shanghai - Chinese Architecture Developments
picture from architect
Shanghai Expo Building

Capital Airport, Beijing
Design: Foster + Partners
CBeijing Airport Building
image : Nigel Young_Foster + Partners
Chinese Airport Building

Central Chinese Television Tower
Design: Rem Koolhaas Architect / OMA
Central China TV - Chinese Architecture Developments
picture from architect
Chinese TV Building, Beijing

Changzhou Culture Center Building
Design: gmp · Architects
Changzhou Building - Chinese Architecture Developments
picture © Crystal Digital Technology
Changzhou Culture Center Building

Chengdu Complex, southwest China
Design: Steven Holl Architects
Chengdu development
photo : Iwan Baan
Chengdu Complex

Chengdu Museum
Sutherland Hussey Architects
Chinese Museum building
picture from architect
Chengdu Museum

Chengdu Technology Centre
Paul Andreu Architects
Chengdu Technology Centre
image from architect
Chinese Technology Building

Chengdu Tianfu Cultural Centre
Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas
Chengdu Tianfu Cultural Centre
image © Studio Fuksas
Chengdu Tianfu Cultural Centre

China Comic and Animation Museum
CCAM Hangzhou - Chinese Architecture Developments
image © MVRDV
China Comic and Animation Museum

China Investment Corporation, Beijing
China Investment Corporation
picture from architects
China Investment Corporation

China Mobile International HQ Campus
China Mobile International Headquarters Campus Beijing
picture : WDCE
China Mobile Beijing, northern China

China Southern Airport City, Guangzhou
Woods Bagot
China Southern Airport City Guangzhou
picture from architects
China Southern Airport City Guangzhou

China World Trade Tower, Beijing
Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM)
China World Trade Tower
photo : SOM, architects
China World Trade Tower

Chongqing New World Shopping Center
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Chongqing New World Shopping Center China
picture from architect
Chongqing New World Shopping Center

Church of Seed, Huizhou, south east China
O Studio Architects
Church of Seed Building - Chinese Architecture Developments
photograph from architects
Church of Seed

CITIC Headquarters Tower, Hangzhou
Foster + Partners
CITIC Headquarters China
image © Foster + Partners
CITIC Headquarters China

Congress Center, Hangzhou
Peter Ruge Architekten
Congress Center Hangzhou
photo : Jan Siefke
Congress Center Hangzhou

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Major Chinese Building Projects, A-C, alphabetical:

Bailujun Residential District, Liangzhu Cultural Village
Dates built: 2002-07
David Chipperfield Architects

Beijing Axis – Olympic Games to Forbidden City
Date built: 2008
Albert Speer Junior

Beijing International Automotive Expo Center
Dates built: 2007-08
Henn Arkitekten
Architecture competiton winner

Children’s Palace, Guangzhou

Steffian Bradley Architects

China Telecom Buildings 12 & 13, Shanghai

Gerkan, Marg & Partners

Chinese-Japanese Youth Center, Beijing
Dates built: 1987-90
Architect: Kisho Kurokawa

Chinese National Museum Building, Beijing, China
Date built: 2004
Gerkan, Marg & Partners

Chongqing Library, Chongqing
Date built: 2007
Architect: Perkins Eastman
540,000 sqft Building

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Location: China, eastern Asia

Architectural Developments in China

Chinese Architects

Shenzhen tower building

Hong Kong Architecture : HK Buildings

Chinese Architect : Office Listings

China Green Building Forum : Shanghai Architecture Event

Buildings / photos for the Chinese Architecture Development page welcome