Practice Profile: SUP Atelier

01 May 2020

SUP Atelier, founded by Prof. Song Yehao from Tsinghua University School of Architecture in Beijing around 2011, dedicated to the research and practice on sustainable urban and architectural design.

SUP Atelier explores the simultaneous sustainability of natural resources and human community through high context sensibility, modest architectural strategies, and tectonic research on natural and local materials, in relevant to integrate buildings to the environment and community livings.

To get in touch, visit our website www.supatelier.com.

And the shortlist for the 2020 WAN Awards Adaptive Reuse category is...

And the shortlist for the 2020 WAN Awards Adaptive Reuse category is...

Seven entries are shortlisted in the Adaptive Reuse Category of the 2020 WAN Awards

2020 WAN Awards entry: History museum of Qifeng Village - SUP Atelier

2020 WAN Awards entry: History museum of Qifeng Village - SUP Atelier

History museum of Qifeng Village by SUP Atelier is an entry in the Adaptive Reuse Category of the 2020 WAN Awards

WAN Awards judge: Professor. Dr. Song Yehao is an Architect, Researcher and Educator

WAN Awards judge: Professor. Dr. Song Yehao is an Architect, Researcher and Educator

Professor Song is the co-founder and principal of SUP Atelier, Director of the Institute of Architecture and Technology at the School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, and the Secretary-General of the Green Building's Theoretical and Practical Group, Chinese Green Building Committee

2019 WAN Awards Entry: Swirling Cloud: Bulletin Pavilion for BJFU Garden Festiva - SUP Atelier

2019 WAN Awards Entry: Swirling Cloud: Bulletin Pavilion for BJFU Garden Festiva - SUP Atelier

Swirling Cloud: Bulletin Pavilion for BJFU Garden Festiva - SUP Atelier is an entry in the Small Spaces (Temporary) and Urban Landscape categories at the 2019 World Architecture News Awards.