Yung Ho Chang is one of the world's most closely watched Chinese architects. Born in Beijing in 1956, he spent 15 years studying and teaching in the United States before returning to open Atelier FCJZ in 1993. Translated as "unusual architecture," FCJZ (feichang jianzhu) was Beijing's first private architectural firm and its steady stream of innovative projects””including buildings, exhibitions, and publications””has helped define a broad notion of what Chinese architectural practice can and should be.
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