With new urban planning strategy and digital technology, a global dairy industrial zone has been nurtured in Hohhot, China. Aedas Global Design Principal Ken Wai and Executive Director Wei Li led the team to create this
Margot Krasojević Architects’ Sand Drift Proving Ground design gives the impression of being blown on-site by desert winds, rising out of the landscape when in use, and will be buried under snow and sand when lying dormant. The buried desert building in Mongolia activates with motion
Barna Architects’ first prize-winning proposal of The National Archaeological Museum of Mongolia international architecture competition. The National Archaeological Museum of Mongolia is a multifunctional complex, containing research, educational, and exhibition space, and offices as well, all in all, making it the building floor area 50,000 sqm.