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German architect gives USJ lecture
German-born Holger Kehne will talk this afternoon about the importance of systems and deviations in architecture in a lecture at the University of Saint Joseph.
Kehne is based in Beijing, as a senior partner in the architecture and urbanism practices Plasma Studio and GroundLab. The award-winning architect’s lecture will place particular emphasis on recent projects in mainland China.
Just last year the German architect was involved in the integration of architecture and landscape at the 37-hectare park and three major building of the International Horticultural Expo in Xi’an city.
The session starting at 6 pm will be conducted in English language.
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