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Li Xinggang was born on 1969 in Hebei, China, is an Architect. At 51 years old, Li Xinggang height not available right now. We will update Li Xinggang's height soon as possible.

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He has won several architecture honors and awards, and has also been invited to take part in some exhibitions concerning architecture and art. Atelier Li Xinggang advocates the process of "Research + Design", and emphasizes the response of architecture to the specificities of context, nature, site, material, and user. Atelier Li Xingang is self-sufficient being in charge of the full process of design as well as taking control of the building, interiors, and landscape. It is an approach to contemporary architectural works with cultural depth and aesthetic affection. Atelier Li Xinggang's research team is interested in "Chinese Gardens – Settlements" and "Ancient Master’s Studies", as well as others innovations.

"To me, the enigma of Architecture exists in its longevity and antiquation – its endurance and history are the result of natural instinct and rational logic. The so-called process of "design" is the journey looking for an only and perfect solution, solely realized after analyzing the various given conditions and possibilities. Naturally, the journey and goal depend on the tendency or impressions of the architect, in this case me – a specific Chinese person." – Li Xinggang

“Verso Est – New Chinese Architectural Landscape 2011”, Rome (2011)

“Heart-Made – The Cutting-Edge of Chinese Contemporary Architecture”, Brussels (2009)


“From Beijing to London: 16 Contemporary Chinese Architects”, London (2012)


“Chinese Regional Architecture in a Post-Experimental Age”, Karlsruhe/Prague (2010)


In his early works we can appreciate an interest in Chinese gardens. The design was just an expression of the fragmental feel of gardens. This influence continues during his career. Well known for his Sino/foreign cooperation in two big projects up to the moment, in Xihuan Plaza and the Xizhimen Transportation Hub, as the chief designer, he presided engineering design and particular work, cooperating with the French firm Arup it was just the beginning which gave him a basis for the Master Project of 2008 Beijing Olympic Games the design of “Bird’s Nest”, Beijing National Stadium. The dialogued with Herzog & de Meuron and the "structural" steel skin determining whether this design was in line with social demand and acceptable in China.

“Illusion Into Reality: Chinese Gardens for Living”, Dresden (2008)


“Happen”, Left & Right Art Zone, Beijing (2007)


1st/2nd Shenzhen Biennale of Urbanism & Architecture (2005/2007)

“Status”: Eight Young Chinese Architects, Beijing (2005)


Li Xinggang (born 1969 in Laoting, Hebei) is a Chinese architect, director of Atelier Li Xinggang and vice chief architect of China Architectural Design & Research Group. He founded Atelier Li Xinggang in 2001, and including works with his studio has been involved in more than 30 projects. He has received several Chinese and international awards, and attended several exhibitions concerning architecture and art.