As the sun rises, Chinese architecture is seen for the first time in the skies over the country.
It’s the first art form to be seen in the country since it’s return to China from the United States in 1979, but that doesn’t mean it’s the best.
The country’s top architecture firms are often not well-known outside of Beijing, and the country’s architecture isn’t as well-respected as its more popular, Western counterparts.
While China’s top designers are well-regarded and popular in their own right, the country has also produced some of the countrys best architects.
Here are some of China’s best architects, from the most well-connected to the least.1.
Yutu Zhu (1999-2012)Yutu is one of Chinas most renowned architects.
His work has been featured in publications such as GQ, New York Magazine, GQ.com, and more, and his works are among the most famous in China.
He’s also been a guest at Chinese President Xi Jinping’s first official visit to the United Kingdom in 2014.2.
Liu Guofeng (1999-) Liu Guofteng, who has won several international awards for his architecture projects, is also an influential figure in the Chinese art scene.
He was a professor of architecture at the University of Hong Kong and later a lecturer at the China Institute of Architecture.
He is also a professor at the Shanghai Academy of Art, a fellow of the Institute of Contemporary Architecture, and is currently the director of the Chinese Academy of Architecture, which is the country s most prestigious art school.3.
Li Xiaoyan (1999)Li Xiaoyang, who was named the China s most famous architect in 2015, is a prominent figure in Chinese architecture circles.
He holds numerous awards, including the 2009 Bachelder Prize for Architecture, the 2012 Gold Medal for Architectural Design, the 2013 Gold Medal in the Architecture category, and has won numerous international awards.
His buildings include a residential complex in Shanghai, a residential area in Beijing, a shopping mall in Shanghai and a shopping center in Beijing.4.
Hui Jingbin (1999)-Hui Jing is the founder and president of Yutuzhou Architecture.
His works have been featured by publications such As New York Times, Gq, Bloomberg, and Bloomberg Businessweek.
He has also designed a shopping area in Shanghai.5.
Li Jiaxing (1999+) Li Jiao is one half of the Li Group.
He founded Yutus Architects in 2008, and he is widely regarded as the architect of the next wave of Chinese architecture, as well as the most influential Chinese architect of his generation.6.
Jiang Zhongguo (1999–2015) Jiang Zhongsao is one-half of the Jiang Group, and was the architect for the Jinxiang development in Shenzhen, one of the most expensive residential complexes in China, in 2015.
He also designed the Shenzhen Mall in Shanghai in 2012.7.
Li Qiang (1998-2002) Li Qijiang, who founded the Lijia Group in 2002, is one and the architect behind the new residential development in Beijing that will be the first in the city.
He designed and built the first residential development on a major city, in Beijing in 2000.
He worked with architect Zhiyun Li on his residential development, the Zhongshan Tower in Beijing at the time, and many other residential projects throughout China.8.
Liu Shufu (1997)Liu Shufuan, a professor emeritus at the National University of Singapore, is known for his high-quality design, as evidenced by his winning the 2011 and 2013 prestigious design awards from the China Art and Architecture Awards.
His design of the Shanghai Olympic Stadium in 2010 was one of five architecture projects selected by the Chinese government to receive the coveted design prize from the Chinese Ministry of Culture.
He served as a consultant for the Olympic Games, which was also attended by Xi Jinping and Xi Jinping was also awarded the award for his role in the Beijing Olympic Stadium project.9.
Zhang Ziyuan (1997-2003)Zhang Ziyu, a Chinese architect, is the architect and founder of Shanghai Architecture and a leader in the development of Shanghai.
Zhang was awarded the prestigious World Architecture Prize in 1999 for his innovative architectural design for the new Beijing Olympic stadium.10.
Xu Qiang, the architect who is most famous for his Beijing Olympic complex Zhang Zixiang, was a founding member of the Liqui Group.
His projects have been widely acclaimed.
The Shanghai Pavilion in Beijing received the World Architecture Award in 2007, while the Shanghai Grand Canal in Beijing was awarded a design award in 2010.11.
Xiaohui Zhang (1999/2000) Xiaohua Zhang is the first Chinese architect to win the prestigious design prize of the China World Architecture Festival.
Zhang has been widely praised for his work on the new