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Pedram Mireshghi & Roddrick West
What’s so different?
The last nine months as an intern at HKS have provided some of the most enriching experiences of my life. I learned a great deal and understood many aspects of life in those 40 weeks. It is the first time I have been a part of an organization where the value systems are deeply rooted and strongly practiced.
Chapter 4 - Painting Dublin Green
This is the final installment of my wonderful Shanghai adventure and this last park is amazing. Century Park! This is the largest park in the city of Shanghai, sprawling 140 hectares. It’s found in Pudong, south of Century Blvd.
Welcome to People's Park, literally the center of Shanghai! We'll look at both People's Park and People's Square, north and south of Renmin Ave. (People's Ave.) respectively.
By Lorena Toffer, AIA – Associate, AIA National Young Architect Award Recipient
In October of last year, I was invited to give a lecture as part of the inaugural ARQ Fest – International Architecture Festival in Guadalajara Mexico.
Welcome to Jing'an Sculpture Park! A haven of 110 acres located just north of Beijing Road. Above you can see both the bright red of Belgian artist Arne Quinze's "Red Beacon" tree like structure and the as of yet unopened new Natural History Museum.
Fuxing Park is right in the middle of the French Concession area (locally known as Luwan). It is 10 hectares in size and was originally a private garden during the Ming Dynasty. After the Opium War, the French took it over and provided the typically French garden style with a lake and fountains and opened it to the French public on July 14, 1909. After the French, the Japanese renamed it Daxing Park, but in the middle of the 20th century the Chinese renamed it Fuxing Park.