Professor Linxue Li, PH.D is a supervisor at College of Architecture and Urban Planning of Tongji University, principal architect of ATELIER L+, director of CETA (Center for Energy & Thermodynamic Architecture) in TJAD, visiting scholar at Graduate School of Design Harvard University in 2014，and chairman of the special column in T+A.
He was selected by the Presidential Program “50 ARCHITECTES EN FRANCE” and studied in Ecole d'Architecture de Paris-Belleville in 2000. He is the responsible architect for many influential architectural projects such as Civic Center of Hangzhou which is 2013 Best Tall building Nominee Asia & Australasia Region CTBUH.
He was honored with “Young Architect Award” (2006) by Architectural Society of China, Shanghai Young Architect “Rookie Award” (2005), etc. He attended 40 UNDER 40 EXHIBITION in China (2004), 2010 Sino-France Architecture and Urban…
Annual Conference, Presenter (Middle East 2018)
Academic Collaborator (2013)
19 June 2018
17 October 2017
14 March 2019
Facing the challenges of urban form and space quality in a high-density environment, the paper puts forward the development trend of three-dimensional and multi-functional design...
01 June 2015
High-rise buildings are frequently criticized for their absolutely artificial environments and high energy consumption. This paper tries to present an alternative approach to, and new...
16 September 2014
Based on the design practice of Hangzhou civic center, the paper defines the “Urban Megastructure”, a new typology for the urban high-rise known as super...