On Friday 11th of April, the Rockbund Art Museum will be hosting a talk on Lu Qianshou, the architect behind Shanghai’s Bank of China headquarters.
The life, times and designs of one of the country’s most distinguished yet overlooked architectural practitioners: Luke Him Sau (Lu Qianshou, 1904–1991). The architect behind Shanghai’s iconic Bank of China Headquarters, he was one of the first Chinese students to be trained at the Architectural Association in London. Speakers are historian, writer and photographer, Edward Denison; Guang Yu Ren, architect and researcher; Associate Professor of Architecture and Urban Planning at Tongji University, Hua Xiahong; and Wang Haoyu, University of Hong Kong. 7pm – 9pm; Free...Read More
He has now established his own brand, Shan Liang with Guanbo Liang. Their aim is to create traditional furniture with modern materials and aesthetic touches, focussing on minute details....Read More