URBAN ENVIRONMENT DESIGN reports the solo exhibition of Studio Zhu-Pei at the Aedes Gallery, Berlin
Recently, the special column of Urban Environment Design (UED) has published a report of the solo exhibition of Studio Zhu-Pei at the Aedes Gallery, Berlin.Also, it published an interview with Zhu Pei about "2017 Architectural Review Future Project Awards".
Jingdezhen Imperial Kiln Museum has been awarded "the winner of the Cultural Regeneration category of 2017 Architectural Review Future Project Awards" in April this year. UED interviewed Zhu in first time. In the interview, Zhu shared his perspectives on natural architecture, and further analyze the concept of Imperial Kiln Museum. Zhu said that "I hope visitors come in here to feel its profound, its relics, and the past people how to make porcelain, to experience its interesting and beauty."
In the column, architecture critic Wang Mingxian states in the article "Zan zhu Penglai", "Zhu Pei views “not traveling far for the communion of the soul” as an attitude, revealing other possibilities for contemporary architecture in which the natural philosophy of traditional Chinese culture can be reinterpreted within a contemporary context, demonstrating the tectonic principle of the common source of man and nature."
In the article "Narrative Landscapes", curator Eduard Koegel highly praised Zhu for his pursuit of traditional aesthetics and unique design methods, he claims that "By drawing on traditional concepts of space and the built structure, he has been able to devise solutions that are specific to the location or region, while demonstrating great skill in terms of form, aesthetics, and materiality."