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QING Feng
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REASEARCH AND TEACHING  INTERESTS

Modern Architectural History  and Theory

Contemporary Architectural  Theory

History of Architectural  Theory

Architectural Criticism

 

EDUCATION

PhD, Department of  Architecture, Edinburgh University, 2009

Master of Architecture,  School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, 2003

Bachelor of Architecture,  School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, 2001

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Lecturer, School of  Architecture, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 11/2011 to present

Postdoctoral Researcher,  School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 06/2009 – 10/2011



PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS  AND ACTIVITIES

Deputy Secretary General,  Architectural Society of China, Architectural History Branch

 

COURSES TAUGHT

Undergraduate

A Brief History of Modern  Architecture (106 students in Autumn)

Architecture Design Studio  (2nd Year, 20 students in Spring)

Architecture Design Studio  (3rd Year, 10 students in Spring)

Contemporary Architectural  Theory (50 students in Spring)

Surveying of Ancient  Architecture (10 students in Summer)

 

RESEARCH PROJECTS

Theoretical Research

1. Architectural Theory  after the Modern Movement (2009-2011)

2. Moral Discourses in  the History of Architectural Theory 2009-present

3. Contemporary  Architectural Theory (2011-present)

4. Architectural  Criticism (2006-present)

 

Applied Research

1. Conceptual Design of  the CRland(Beijing) Village of Hope (2011)

2. Conceptual Design of  the Shangqiu Science Pavilion (2012)

 

SELECTED CONFERENCE PAPERS

Qing Feng  The Thick Realism in Contemporary Chinese Architecture  Dec. 2012, Hong Kong Chinese University, EAAC 2012

Qing Feng, Moral Discourses  in the Modern Movement, 2011 International Symposium on the Teaching and  Research of Architectural History, Nov. 2011, Tianjin University

Qing Feng  Rebuilding Utopia: The Future of Chinese Architecture  Apr. 2011, National University of Singapore, EAAC 2011

Qing Feng  UtilitarianismA Neglected Origin of the  Modern Architecture 2009 International  Symposium on the Teaching and Research of Architectural History, Nov.  2009 Tsinghua University

 

SELECTED JOURNAL ESSAYS

1. Qing Feng, The Meaning of  Thickness, The Architect, No. 161, Feb. 2013

2. Qing Feng, The Thick  Realism in Contemporary Chinese Architects, Taiwan Architects, No.455,  Nov. 2012, page 112-117

3. Qing Feng, Fan Lu,  Returning to Practice, Archicreation, No.111-112, Sep. 2012

4. Qing Feng, Geoffrey  Scott’s Critique of the Ethical Fallacy, Architectural History,  No.28, Feb. 2012, page 201-212

5. Qing Feng, An  Interpretation of the Hu Huishan Memorial House, The Architects,  No. 153, May. 2011, page 38-42

6. Qing Feng, A.W.N.Pugin’s  Two Kinds of Functionalism, The Architect, No. 149, Dec. 2010,  5-16

7. Qing Feng, Architecture,  Gesture, Aura and Distance: Reused Roof Tiles in Wang Shu’s Recent  Projects, World Architecture, Oct. 2010, page 112-116

 

 

BOOKS

Qing Feng, In the Shadow  of Tuscany, Jiangsu People’s Publishing LTD, Jan. 2013

 

BOOK TRANSLATED

Diane Ghirardo, Architecture after Modernism,  translated by Qing Feng, Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, Oct. 2012

 

Marvin Trachtenberg and Isabelle Hyman,  Architecture, from Prehistory to Postmodernity, translated by Wang  Guixiang, Qing Feng, Zhou Yupeng and Bao Zhiyu, China Mechine Press,  Beijing, Jun. 2011


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