People’s Architecture Office uses prefabricated panels to update Beijing hutong house

People’s Architecture Office has repurposed a rundown home in one of Beijing’s historic hutong neighbourhoods, using prefabricated panels to create a contemporary and light-filled residence. The Beijing studio overhauled and extended the residence in the Changchun Jie Hutong neighbourhood using a series of white panels. The client Mrs Fan had lived in the house as a child until her parents

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Stacked shipping containers form temporary pavilion by People’s Architecture Office

People’s Architecture Office has used 12 shipping containers to build a temporary, red and yellow pavilion in a fast-growing town in China’s Shanxi province (+ slideshow). The Beijing-based architecture studio stacked up containers into two rows with opposing angles to create a building that boasts zigzagging edges, projecting roof terraces and cantilevered overhangs. Called Container Stack More

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