Published by Thames & Hudson, I got this just before the lockdown started. China has a lot to answer for in terms of human rights, and there is something about what I see as the culture that exerts pressure on it to grow. With a huge proportion of the population heading for the cities, that pressure has resulted in growth unlike anything I’ve ever been aware of. This book seems to capture that in the dynamism of the architects called on to shape the buildings and the cities they populate.
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