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Professor Pu Miao completed an urban/architectural design project in Kunshan, China

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Early in 2013 Professor Pu Miao completed an urban/architectural design project in Kunshan, China. Consisting of 5 buildings and 5 public gardens, the 6,220-square-meter project includes community retail and restaurants, a kindergarten, ball courts and public gardens. The research experiments on the creation of more and better public space in a high-density city. Miao's article on the 8 design concepts, such as multiple small nodal spaces, vertical zoning, and low-cost social activities, was published in the summer issue of Urban Design (Quarterly), UK, the official publication of the national professional organization of British urban designers. The project will also appear in the October issue of Architectural Journal (China), the official publication of the national organization of Chinese architects.

Pu Miao 1

Pu Miao 2

Pu Miao 3



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