Architectural Style

Architectural Style

Our Floating City Project – Architectural Style Contest held in the Spring of 2015 was organized in partnership with DeltaSync (Netherlands) and judged by an international panel of authorities (see bios under).

Getting won the commissions of three Schools of Architecture, Tehrani has completed the Hinman Study Building at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Faculty of Architecture, Creating and Arranging at the University of Melbourne, and is at present working on completion of the and the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto.

Our Institute develops international exchange and cooperation actively we have good cooperative relationships with colleges and universities, study institute, style units and consumers in much more than ten countries and regions, such as France, America, Japan, Germany, Australia and HKSAZ. In, we’ve won the high quality technique certificates of Chinese CNAB and British UKAS.

An internationally effectively-identified design and style thinker, John Thackara is a educated philosopher and a journalist. He began his career as a design correspondent / editor for newspapers & magazines like The Guardian, The Design Magazine and correspondent of the BBC’s The Late Show. John is the author of ideal-selling design and style book ‘In the Bubble: Designing in a Complex World’, and of a broadly-read blog ‘designobserver’. John organises festivals, events about the world in which communities think about sustainable futures – and take sensible measures to realise them.

Students can participate in international exchange programmes and field trips, to operate in close collaborations with the industry’s leading design schools, organizations and professional practices. Destinations incorporate Spain, Norway, Sweden, South Korea, China, and so on. and through style workshops and collaborative workout routines, students are exposed to a variety of cultures and various style strategies, broadening their horizons.

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