Photograph exhibition to draw attention to Australian architecture in China

Next week, ‘The Hidden City’ Complex in Beijing is set to host a photographic exhibition celebrating the creativity and innovation of Australian architecture in China. Part of Australian Sustainable Building and Design week and Imagine Australia – The Year of Australian Culture in China 2010-2011, the exhibition, entitled ‘Imagine Architecture: Australian Architectural Excellence in China’ is designed to draw attention to the close architectural relationship between these two nations. Sharing the spotlight on major built projects where Australian architects have contributed significantly to the conceptual design, are the seven architectural practices confirmed to display their work at this event: Denton Corker Marshall, Johnson Pilton Walker, PTW, Paul Pholeros, Lab, Wood Marsh and Cox. The exhibition will be open from 21st May until 1st June.

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