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Lotus 141 New Settlements in China After the boom years in which China was seen as a place of very rapid and chaotic development symbolized by great and violent transformations—and the big Western players flaunted the symbols of a new and spectacular architecture—we can now look at China in a more mindful way. Following the Olympics in 2008, architectural and urbanistic development in China is displaying more complex expressions and a remarkable and surprisingly high quality of input from Chinese architects, intent, in the best of cases, on seeking a greater suitability of interventions with respect to the rich context of this great country.

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