In the most recent issue of Topos, Dennis Pieprz and Michael Grove write about our work for the Songzhuang Creative Clusters. On the edge of Beijing, this urban development reconfigures the traditional relationships between the urban fabric, public open space, and agriculture. With approximately 70 percent of China's population living in urban areas by 2035, the Songzhuang Creative Clusters offer an interesting strategy for reimagining urbanism.
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