John Lin (Hong Kong)

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John Lin (Hong Kong)

 

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Qinmo Primary School in Guangdong, China by Rural Urban Framework.

Qinmo Primary School in Guangdong, China by Rural Urban Framework. Image: Courtesy RUF

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Lingzidi Bridge in Shangzhou, China by Rural Urban Framework.

Lingzidi Bridge in Shangzhou, China by Rural Urban Framework. Image: Courtesy RUF

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Mulan Primary School in Guangdong, China by Rural Urban Framework.

Mulan Primary School in Guangdong, China by Rural Urban Framework. Image: Courtesy RUF

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Andong Hospital Project by Rural Urban Framework.

Andong Hospital Project by Rural Urban Framework. Image: Courtesy RUF

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Jintai Village Reconstruction by Rural Urban Framework.

Jintai Village Reconstruction by Rural Urban Framework. Image: Courtesy RUF

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Keynote speaker – Landscape Australia Conference 2018

John Lin is an associate professor at the University of Hong Kong and co-founder of Rural Urban Framework (RUF), a research and design collaborative based at The University of Hong Kong.

In 2005 the Chinese government announced its plan to urbanize half of the country’s remaining 700 million rural citizens by 2030. At the same time, Joshua Bolchover and John Lin set up Rural Urban Framework (RUF), a research and design collaborative based at The University of Hong Kong. Structured as a non-profit organization providing design services to charities and NGOs working in China, RUF has built over 15 projects in diverse villages throughout China and Mongolia. The projects include schools, community centres, hospitals, village houses, bridges, and incremental planning strategies. As a result of this active engagement, RUF has been able to research the links between social, economic, political processes and the physical transformation of each village. The projects integrate local and traditional construction practices with contemporary technologies.


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