Is China's architectural ambition ignoring its own talent?

April 19, 2011 |

In recent years, China has become a global architectural frontier, with star architects like Rem Koolhaas, Paul Andreu and Norman Foster all leaving their mark on the nation’s rapidly expanding cities. And when Zaha Hadid's new opera house in Guangzhou opened in early March, her name was added to a growing list of high-profile names that is void of Chinese talent. In an era of larger-than-life buildings springing up in the Chinese landscape, where have all the Chinese architects?

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Source: Time Magazine

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