New study into Australian architecture in China

10 July 2019

University of Queensland researchers will explore how the ingenuity and expertise of Australian architects contributes to improving the quality of life among Chinese citizens.

The Australian Embassy in Beijing and Australian Consulate-General in Chengdu have commissioned a UQ School of Architecture team to undertake the project.

The Head of the School of Architecture Professor Cameron Bruhn said the team would also look at the emerging investment in public and community projects by governments in China.

“Australian architects have been living and working in China since the early 1980s,” Professor Bruhn said.

“The scope and impact of their work exemplifies the economic and cultural success of the nation’s professional services exports."

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