LYCS Architecture, based in Hangzhou, China was founded in 2010. The firm engages in cutting-edge architectural design as a pioneer of cultural and creative industries in China and internationally. The core team is composed of graduates from Princeton University, Harvard University, Tsinghua University, and other well-known institutions. Currently members of LYCS Architecture teach at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and the China Academy of Art College of Design. The team has breadth and depth working with such architectural firms as SHoP, Preston Scott Cohen, and Reiser+Umemoto in the United States, Bjarke Ingels Group in Denmark and Kengo Kuma & Associates in Japan, where they accumulated a wealth of practical experience. The firm is committed to both the ever-evolving demands of architectural design theory and practice as a function of our society. LYCS invest in the critical issues of building design, urban development, and construction in China. and the design demands that an innovative design synthesis requires for international quality. The firm is currently developing designs for high-end residential projects, five-star hotels, high-end clubs, energy efficient and innovative commercial buildings, ecologically sensitive urban landscape plans, galleries and as such. These projects are located throughout China, including Beijing, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Sanya, Shanghai, Jiaxing, and others. LYCS Architecture’s designs were awarded the 2011 Azure Architecture Award, 2011 International Modern Decoration Media Award, 2010 French CA’ASI “New Chinese Architectural Design Award”, 2008 VELUX International Architectural Design Competition Silver, to name a few. The firm was also invited in the International Architecture Exhibition at the 12th la Biennale di Venezia in Venice, Italy.
- PROGETTAZIONE ARCHITETTONICA
- Progettazione architettonica
- Restauro architettonico, conservazione
- Architetture temporanee, installazioni