Cao Xiaoxin was selected as "Outstanding Fifth-Generation Chinese Architect", 2019-12-03
Founded in 1984, Time+Architecture has become an important force in Chinese architectural academic journals relying on the international metropolis of Shanghai and Tongji University. The 4th Issue of Time+ Architecture in 2020, themed "The Fifth Generation of Chinese Architects", has attracted wide attention from the field.
Based on a perspective research method of media, with the help of statistical analysis of big data and attempts of quantitative presentation of group data and visual expression of results, Time Architecture tries to outline the picture of group characteristics of the fifth generation of Chinese architects, and selects 66 "Outstanding Fifth generation Of Chinese architects".
Cao Xiaoxin, deputy chief architect of China Architectural Design and Research Group and principal architect of DAQI Architects, is listed among 66 "Outstanding fifth-generation Chinese architects" in this study, and his representative works are displayed in this issue of the magazine.
Cao Xiaoxin's representative works displayed in the issue
The magazine said in its review that the fifth generation of architects focused on architectural ontology, explored the tight relationship between city and architecture, people and environment, and speculated between tradition and modernity. They base themselves in cities and villages, focus on the world and take root in local areas, actively respond to the challenges brought by The Times, and develop flexible and more adaptive practical strategies. It is these excellent fifth-generation architects that together constitute the backbone of contemporary Chinese architects.