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Tiles Hill Amateur Architecture Studio Named for the 394-foot-long tile roof that is its most identifying feature, Tiles Hill is the culmination of a dozen years’ work by Amateur Architecture Studio on the Xiangshan Central Campus of the China...

Tiles Hill Amateur Architecture Studio Named for the 394-foot-long tile roof that is its most identifying feature, Tiles Hill is the culmination of a dozen years’ work by Amateur Architecture Studio on the Xiangshan Central Campus of the China...

Ceramic House, 2003-2006, Jinhua, China. projects by Chinese architect Wang Shu of Amateur Architecture Studio, who has been named 2012 Pritzker Prize Laureate.

Ceramic House, 2003-2006, Jinhua, China. projects by Chinese architect Wang Shu of Amateur Architecture Studio, who has been named 2012 Pritzker Prize Laureate.

Buildings by Wang Shu, the first Chinese architect to win the Pritzker prize, often recall nature, fusing old-world Chinese and modern idioms.

Wang Shu of China Advocates Sustainable Architecture

Buildings by Wang Shu, the first Chinese architect to win the Pritzker prize, often recall nature, fusing old-world Chinese and modern idioms.

Xiangshan Campus of the CAA / Wang Shu, Amateur Architecture Studio - Stairs and water are reoccurring themes in Wang's architecture.

Xiangshan Campus of the CAA / Wang Shu, Amateur Architecture Studio - Stairs and water are reoccurring themes in Wang's architecture.

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