PIN UP

Harvard ChinaGSD

Online Publication
2020-21

Current: Issue 02

Archive:  Issue 01

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Open Call Exhibition

Spectacle of Remnants: Redefine Urban Leftover Spaces



线上展览 | 碎片奇观: 城市遗余空间的再定义



此次主题展览由哈佛大学设计学院中国学生会发起,所有作品均来自于公开招募。投稿者们以照片的形式记录这类空间的存在,或以“再定义”为主题创作艺术作品和设计方案,分享自己对于城市文化的观察、思考和想象。根据空间的范围尺幅,展览将这些图像记录分为五个层次形成视觉档案:房间、楼宇、景观、社区、城市
,同时对应了艺术家和设计师介入遗余空间的五种不同方式:记录、缅怀、改造、重塑、研究

展览入口





City as a Palimpsest

Learning from the Regeneration of Rockbund Art Museum in Shanghai



学术论坛 | 城市作为重写本:以上海外滩美术馆为例



The second panel of ChinaGSD 2020-2021 academic panel series seeks to open up a cross-discipline conversation on the current scene of urban regeneration in China, examining, with a critical eye, the metabolism of our cities throughout time, and the challenges and opportunities that emerge when considering the various stakeholders involved. The conversation will anchor on the adaptive reuse case of Rockbund Art Museum(RAM) in Shanghai. As a historical building that has witnessed the vicissitudes of Shanghai in the past century, the architecture of RAM continues to evolve as a palimpsest and generate urban vibrancy.  


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Organized by ChinaGSD, the online exhibition “An Urban Adventure: Let’s Occupy a Left-over Space” invites you to discover the opportunities and value in these disregarded spaces in our cities. We welcome submissions across all mediums: it could be a photo documentation, a design project, a short clip of video, or a piece of text. Chosen submissions will be featured on our website (www.harvardchinagsd.com), instagram, wechat, and our collaborating media partners.

Send your submission to info@harvardchinagsd.com by March 5, 2021.






城市更新是一场持续而多元的实践。坚守对历史环境、对文化及人的尊重,是城市更新过程中不可或缺的原则。而在这个过程中,如何形成开放、合作、共赢的城市更新模式,将公众参与和公众利益真正放在至关重要的位置,是每一个城市的设计者和规划者都必须始终考虑的问题。在衡复历史风貌区这样特殊的项目中,作为城市更新项目的主导者,如何尊重协调平衡各方利益?如何在大尺度的城市规划中通过就精细化城市管理更新实践创造由小见大的改变?怎样的思维方式才是城市设计者应当具备并在实践中不断更新的?本次Talk&Tour系列活动有幸邀请上海交通大学设计学院建筑系教授、哈佛大学研究学者天平街道社区规划师——王林老师通过访谈的形式与我们分享城市更新实践中的复杂过程以及城市设计师在这其中能起到的作用。同时,王林老师将带领我们实地探访天平路街道、岳阳路、永嘉路,回顾这些街道变迁和社区微更新背后的故事。




ChinaGSD is proud to introduce the second issue of PIN-UP, “New Space, Old Space, Our Space,” packed with public lectures, Tour&Talks, interviews and exhibitions. Featuring voices from scholars, practitioners, students and the public, we hope to open up a cross-discipline conversation on the current scene of urban regeneration in China, examining, with a critical eye, the metabolism of our cities throughout time, and the challenges and opportunities that emerge when considering the various stakeholders involved.