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Urban Regeneration: Critical Projects

Author/EditorYang, Dingliang (Author)
Huang, Xiangming (Author)
Publisher: Oro Editions
ISBN: 9781957183237
Pub Date14/11/2022
BindingPaperback
Pages250
Dimensions (mm)298(h) * 209(w)
Details the urban regeneration experience that Tianhua Group has accumulated through hundreds of projects, covering the design strategies, and reflects on the political background, the market drivers, and the technical challenges behind the practice of urban regeneration in China.
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This book describes the challenges, opportunities, and necessities of the urban regeneration in the urban policy and city making practice in China. Through six chapters, it systematically categorises the related projects of Tianhua Group into six approaches: Regenerating Local Community, Reprogramming Industrial Structures, Recreating Urban Frontage, Reinventing Urban Artifact, Retrofitting Open Space, and Tectonics of Urban Regeneration.


By using case methods, this publication features how different regeneration projects are completed from sketch to reality. It revisits this classical topic of urban regeneration through the perspective of careful renovation and critical reconstruction in the context of China - with and as a parallel scheme of the country's major trend in urbanisation, urban expansion.

This book describes the challenges, opportunities, and necessities of the urban regeneration in the urban policy and city making practice in China. Through six chapters, it systematically categorises the related projects of Tianhua Group into six approaches: Regenerating Local Community, Reprogramming Industrial Structures, Recreating Urban Frontage, Reinventing Urban Artifact, Retrofitting Open Space, and Tectonics of Urban Regeneration.


By using case methods, this publication features how different regeneration projects are completed from sketch to reality. It revisits this classical topic of urban regeneration through the perspective of careful renovation and critical reconstruction in the context of China - with and as a parallel scheme of the country's major trend in urbanisation, urban expansion.

Xiangming Huang is the board member and chief architect of Tianhua Group, one of the largest design-construction integrated service corporations in China with international contracting qualifications. His major works include Biyun Community, Biyun Garden, Huilong New City, Oak Bay, Pujiang New Town, Vanke Wonderland, Rainbow City, and Cultural and Sports Center of Suzhou New District. Dingliang Yang is an instructor of urban design at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. He is the founding partner of VARI Design.

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