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  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Actar (1 Sept. 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0989331792
  • ISBN-13: 978-0989331791
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 3.2 x 21 cm
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About the Author

H. Koon Wee is the Program Director of the HKU Cities in Asia Program, and founding Principal Architect of SKEW Collaborative. He is a Board Member of the non-profit Asian Urban Lab and founding member of the Docomomo HK Chapter. His most recent book is entitled Singapore Dreaming: Managing Utopia, and his forthcoming monograph entitled The Other Factory: Late Industrial Forms and Organization in China covers the unique histories of industrialization of China in the 20th century, narrated through a number of award-winning projects undertaken by SKEW. As a Dutch registered architect, Koon was recognized in the recent Fifty-under-Fifty: Innovators of the 21st Century juried by Stanley Tigerman, Ralph Johnson, Jeanne Gang, Marion Weiss and Qingyun Ma. Koon has also gained a number of international awards and recognition from the Chicago Athenaeum, Leading European Architects Forum, Asia Pacific Design Center, World Architecture News, Blueprint, Perspective, AD100, Conde Nast and others. SKEW s work has been exhibited at the Torino Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Venice Biennale, Shenzhen-HK Biennale, Chengdu Biennale, Anyang Public Art Program, A+UD Hub-to-Hub Public Program, and SENI, the precursor to the Singapore Biennale. With Contributions of Robert Adams, Lee Ambrozy, Yung Ho Chang, Chen Ling, Jeremy Chia, Cui Kai, Dong Gong, Dong Yugan, Mario Gandelsonas, Han Tao, Andrei Harwell, He Jianxiang, Hu Yan, Hua Li, Huang Weiwen, Huang Wenjing, Jiang Jun, Jeffrey Johnson, Michael Kokora, Kengo Kuma, Andrew Lee, Joan Leung Lye, Li Han, Li Hu, Li Shiqiao, Nartano Lim, William S.W. Lim, Liu Jiakun, Liu Kecheng, Liu Yichun, Long Ying, Ma Qingyun, Robert Mangurian, Meng Yan, Ou Ning, Alan Plattus, Mary-Ann Ray, Daan Roggeveen, Ruan Hao, Eunice Seng, Shi Jian, Victor Su, Sun Yimin, Wang Fei, Wang Shu, Wang Yan, H. Koon Wee, Shirley Woo, Wu Gang, Wu Liangyong, Xu Tiantian, Rocco Yim, Yu Kongjian, Zhang Ke, Zhao Liang, Zhou Yi, Zhu Tao, Zhu Xiaofeng, Darren Zhou

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