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  1. Dayuan Haidian Mansions, Beijing
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    Melanie Läge

    NAX-Projectpartner Viega

    Dayuan Haidian Mansions, Beijing

    Located in the Haidian District of the city, Dayuan Haidian Mansion has ten luxury residential buildings with 348 apartments which are 170 m2 to 340 m2 in size. Designed by Beijing Victory Star Architectural & Civil Engineering Design CO., LTD., it features a classical Chinese garden landscape and a healthy living environment as the highlights of this residence sub-district.

  2. Antarctic Research Station
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    Melanie Läge

    NAX-Projectpartner Viega

    Antarctic Research Station

    On the rocky Antarctic plateau adjacent to the Larsemann Hills, at temperatures down to minus 40 °C, India has been operating a science research station since 2012. It is named “Bharati”, after the Hindu Goddess of Wisdom and Knowledge. For wisdom and knowledge to flourish even on the most isolated and hostile continent, it is vital that the team of scientists is realiably supplied with heat and water.

  3. Statue of Liberty
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    Melanie Läge

    NAX-Projectpartner Viega

    Statue of Liberty

    is a world-famous symbol of freedom and the pursuit of happiness. At almost 100 metres high, including her plinth, “Lady Liberty” is a truly imposing structure. And she is of course one of New York’s most popular attractions. Several million “admirers” a year make the pilgrimage on the ferry to Liberty Island, in the Upper Bay between Jersey City and Manhattan.

  4. Hotel Mexico
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    Melanie Läge

    NAX-Projectpartner Viega

    Hotel Mexico

    Hotel Mexico, located on the seafront in Cesenatico, Italy, reopened its doors in time for the 2012 summer bathing season. Extended by several rooms, a pool, sun deck and wellness area, the facility is now equipped with superior quality services and common spaces, and offers a greater number of comfortable rooms with a contemporary look.

  5. Dalí Museum
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    Melanie Läge

    NAX-Projectpartner Viega

    Dalí Museum

    The new Salvador Dalí Museum of St. Petersburg, Forida, USA, encompasses art, books and personal papers created by Dalí himself. The architecturally exceptional museum is 66,450 square feet and cost around $36 million to build. Over 15,000 square feet of the Dalí is dedicated to gallery space – allowing the continuous exhibition of the museum’s collection of 96 Dalí paintings.

  6. Kennecott UT Copper (KUC)
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    Melanie Läge

    NAX-Projectpartner Viega

    Kennecott UT Copper (KUC)

    Kennecott UT Copper (KUC) is one of the largest copper mining operations in the world. With a history that dates back to 1903, the company is a leading producer of copper, gold, silver and molybdenum. Its Bingham Canyon mine in Utah, USA, has produced more copper than any other mine in history – 18.7 million tons.

  7. Friederike Schönhardt-Liedtke

    New ACE Publication on business models for architects

    The Architects’ Council of Europe (ACEACE Architects’ Council of Europe Conseil des Architectes d’Europe), in collaboration with the German Federal Chamber of Architects, […]

  8. Expert Talk on the State of Urban Renewal in China with Prof. Yang Jianqiang
    Friederike Schönhardt-Liedtke

    Sino-German City Lab

    Expert Talk on the State of Urban Renewal in China with Prof. Yang Jianqiang

    For the Sino-German City Lab, NAX invited Prof. Yang Jianqiang, from the Southeast University in Nanjing, to give a lecture about the development history and course of urban regeneration in China, its practical significance and goals, China’s planning path to achieve sustainable urban regeneration and future expectations on Sino-German cooperation in urban renewal.

  9. EXPERT TALK ON THE DECARBONIZATION CHALLENGES OF CHINESE CITIES WITH DENA
    Friederike Schönhardt-Liedtke

    Sino-German City Lab

    EXPERT TALK ON THE DECARBONIZATION CHALLENGES OF CHINESE CITIES WITH DENA

    For the Sino-German City Lab, NAX talked to Thilo Cunz and Ang Ye from the German Energy Agency (dena) about the challenges Chinese cities are currently facing on their way to decarbonization.

  10. Expert Talk on the Role of Sustainable Building Certification in Urban Renewal with Shizhe Ma, DGNB
    Melanie Läge

    Sino-German City Lab

    Expert Talk on the Role of Sustainable Building Certification in Urban Renewal with Shizhe Ma, DGNB

    For the Sino-German City Lab, NAX talked to Shizhe Ma, International Certification Consultant at the German Sustainable Building Council DGNB, about the challenges and opportunities of sustainable buidling certification for urban renewal projects. In this expert talk, Mr. Ma shares insights intpo DGNB’s work in China as well as the details of their certification system.

  11. Shizhe Ma

    International Certification

    Shizhe Ma

    Email Address
    s.ma@dgnb.de
    Phone
    +49 711 722322-15
  12. Expert Talk on China’s Urban Decarbonization Strategy with Thomas Fritzsche, tfa architects
    Melanie Läge

    Sino-German City Lab

    Expert Talk on China’s Urban Decarbonization Strategy with Thomas Fritzsche, tfa architects

    For the Sino-German City Lab, NAX talked to Thomas Fritzsche, founder of and Head of Design at tfa architects, on the evolution of the Chinese architectural market with regards to sustainability standards, the urban decarbonization strategy and what German planners can contribute to the Chinese urban renewal efforts.

  13. Documentary “Sino-German Tianjin Daqiuzhuang Eco-City, On the Way to Decarbonisation through Urban Renewal”
    China Melanie Läge

    Sino-German City Lab – Urban Regeneration Perspectives for Chinese Cities

    Documentary “Sino-German Tianjin Daqiuzhuang Eco-City, On the Way to Decarbonisation through Urban Renewal”

    The Eco-City Tianjin Daqiuzhuang is a leading project for large-scale urban regeneration in China. This documentary shows the current status of the project, its opportunities as well as its challenges. Planners and city representatives talk about the main issues that need to be solved in order to create sustainable and liveable neighborhoods in a former industrial area.

  14. Chinese Society for Urban Studies

    Chinese Society for Urban Studies

  15. Urban Renewal – the Role and Potential of Architecture
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    China Melanie Läge

    Video

    Urban Renewal – the Role and Potential of Architecture

    What does it mean to work as a German architect in China? What opportunities and expectations as well as cultural differences come to meet? How does collaboration in international teams work? In this film, four NAX-Members, which provide German know-how worldwide.

  16. Prof. Ralf Niebergall re-elected as Vice President of the Federal Chamber of Architects
    © Christian Kruppa, Berlin
    Melanie Läge

    The NAX-Team congratulates

    Prof. Ralf Niebergall re-elected as Vice President of the Federal Chamber of Architects

    We are delighted that Prof. Niebergall will remain the “Vice” responsible for NAX. And we are certain that together with him we will continue to be able to implement interesting projects and activities for national and international networking and the worldwide promotion of “Architecture Made in Germany” for our NAX sponsors, for the partners of NAX and for the German architectural community in the coming years.

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