later this year, an exhibition at the museum of modern art (MoMA) in new york will explore the work of a new generation of chinese architects and their commitment to social and environmental sustainability. titled ‘reuse, renew, recycle: recent architecture from china’, the exhibition spotlights eight projects — by firms such as amateur architecture studioarchi-union, and studio zhu pei — that range from the adaptive reuse of former industrial buildings, the recycling of building materials, and the reinterpretation of ancient construction techniques, to the economic rejuvenation of rural villages or entire regions through non-invasive architectural insertions.

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