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“In The 1990s, We All Became Free”: In Conversation with Jiakun Liu of Jiakun Architects

1 month ago   |   By Arch Daily

© Jiakun Architects. Suzhou Imperial Kiln Ruins Park & Museum of Imperial Kiln Brick
Jiakun Liu was born in 1956 in Chengdu, China. Architecture was not his first choice to pursue at school, as he originally wanted to be an artist. He heard that architecture had something to do with drawing, so he applied to Chongqing Institute of Architecture and Engineering, not fully understanding what his role as an architect would be. After his graduation in 1982, Liu worked at the Chengdu Architectural Design Academy for two years, the experience he did not enjoy. So, he set out on a self-searching...
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