ArchDaily: 10 Young Chinese Architecture Firms To Watch Out For
At the beginning of 2017, the world’s most visited architecture website ArchDaily came across all Chinese projects and architecture firms that they have published before and picked out their top ten favorites. LYCS Architecture , as a young team, is honored to be TOP ONE of these architecture firms/architects.
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Led by principle Ruan Hao, LYCS is one of the most diverse young design practices in China. Based in Hangzhou, the practice has a team structure of 3 partners and 2 associates to allow the firm to operate at all scales, from Masterplans to their infamous Cat Table.
LYCS are one of the first young architectural practices in China to explore the typology of urban schools with the Roof Track School. The practice claims to be invested in critical issues of design building, urban development, and construction within China.