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WAA_MOCA_IWAN BAAN

WAA_MOCA_IWAN BAAN

WAA_MOCA_IWAN BAAN

WAA_MOCA_IWAN BAAN

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jack YOUNG & di ZHANG


Di Zhang, graduated with Postgraduate-diploma (RIBA Part 2) in Architecture from the Bartlett School of Architecture (University College London) in 2007 and gained Bachelor (RIBA Part 1) in Architecture from University of Sheffield in 2004. She is a Registered Architect (Architect Registration Board UK) as well as the Chartered Architect of Royal Institute British Architect (RIBA). Her previous working experiences include Foster +Partners (London) (2007-2010) and RHWL Architects (London) (2004-2005). In 2010, she founded waa (we architech anonymous) in Beijing and acting as Principal Partner.Di Zhang was shortlisted for AR Women in Architecture Awards 2016  Moira Gemmill Prize for Emerging Architecture.

 

jack YOUNG

Jack Young, graduated with Postgraduate-diploma (RIBA Part 2) in Architecture from the Bartlett School of Architecture (University College London) in 2007 and gained Bachelor (RIBA Part 1) in Architecture from Glasgow School of Art in 2004. He is a Registered Architect (Architect Registration Board UK). His previous working experiences include Foster +Partners (London) (2007-2010) and Allies and Morrison Architects (London) (2004-2005). In 2010, In 2010, he joined waa (we architech anonymous) in Beijing as founding member and acting as Partner.



ABOUT waa 

waa (we architech anonymous) is a collaborative design team. The name of the practice was coined from a desire for the architect to sit comfortably within the background without the dogma / brand which so often can soften to become baggage and conflict with the interests of the client. We strive not to impose; we hope rather to be flexible liberators for future inhabitants of the buildings we design.

waa tells stories, narratives which originate from our experiences within the world, the spatial implications of this narrative helps us infuse a sense of humanity and place within our work. Our ambition lies with reawakening these lost languages of humanity. Fundamental core values of identity relating to emotion, the natural world, geographical and cultural references, all provide us with an abundance of enlightenment to help re-form the norms of our complex world into an alternative approach to be site specific engaging looser architecture.

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