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Wang Lu

Wang Lu


Architect
Country: China

Bio

Wang Lu was born in 1963 in Zhejiang, China, and entered the School of Architecture of Tsinghua University in 1979, received the Master’s degree of Architecture and began working as an assistant in the School of Architecture in Tsinghua University in Beijing in 1987. Since 1991, he had pursued study in Hanover University in Germany. He received the Ph.D. in 1997.
Now he is a professor at the School of Architecture of Tsinghua University, chief editor of World Architecture Magazine. which is the most influential Architecture Magazine in China. Besides the professorship in the university, he leads also the architectural office “in+of architecture”, doing planning and design practice in China.
His works are published in many magazines and books such as in AV, Architectural Record, Bauwelt, Made in China etc.  He is international active, has given lecture in ETH, TU Berlin, UNSW etc. and participated many exhibitions in China and abroad.
He is Council Member of the Architecture Society of China. Consultant of city planning for many cities in China. He is the curator for the Chinese Pavilion of the 1st international Architecture Triennale in Lisbon (TAL’07).
 
He lives and works in Beijing.:: Photo information and credits:

1 > Gulou Shopping Plaza, Tianjin
Photo courtesy © Wang Lu

2-3 > Maopingcun Village School, Hunan
Photo courtesy © Wang Lu

4 > Ningbo Museum, Ningbo
Photo courtesy ©
Wang Lu

5 > Pavilion in Sanjiangkou Park, Ningbo
Photo courtesy ©
Wang Lu

6 > Tiantai Museum, Zhejiang
Photo courtesy ©
Wang Lu

7 > Tourist Center of Changguangxi Park, Wuxi
Photo courtesy ©
Wang Lu

8 > Xinhua Hotel, Taiyuan
Photo courtesy © Wang Lu

9 > Xixi Wetland Artist Village, House A
Photo courtesy ©
Wang Lu

10 > Zhangpeili Art Museum, Chengdu
Photo courtesy © Wang Lu