The exhibition “Reuse, Renew, Recycle: Recent Architecture from China” throws light on contemporary Chinese Architecture grounded in social, cultural, and environmental sustainability. The exhibition features members of a young generation of Chinese Architects whose innovative work architects all over the world can learn from.
The exhibition features the Micro-Hutong project by ZAO/standardarchitecture which is presented, amongst other projects by the practice, in our book Hutong Metabolism. Dezeen’s coverage of the exhibition includes a short write-up of the project.
We also recommend Metropolis magazine’s write-up for an impression of the exhibition. The exhibition is on view at MoMA until July 4th and is accessible to all for free on the ground floor.