Yizhou Zhao Finnish Architects in China
Discourses and Practices


This doctoral dissertation focuses on Finnish architects' practices and discourses in China amidst the rapid urbanization. It illustrates the intricate relationship between Finnish architectural design and elements encompassing China's urban scale, social fabric, and cultural context. This study extends the exploration of Finnish architecture and enriches aspects of design thinking, cultural exchanges, and organizational structures within modern transnational architectural practices. 


For architectural researchers, this dissertation provides detailed insights into transnational architectural practices, a rarity in many studies. Its uniqueness stems from the author's firsthand involvement, offering a comprehensive view of these practices. For architects engaged in such practices, this dissertation offers a broader perspective, enabling reflection and critique of the purpose-driven, intuitive decisions inherent in design processes.

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Size (width x height)
176 x 250

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