Professor Duanfang Lu

PhD, University of California, Berkley; Bachelor of Architecture, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.

Member of China Studies Centre

G04 - Wilkinson Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9036 5383

Biographical details

Dr Duanfang Lu is Professor of Architecture and Urbanism in the School of Architecture, Design and Planning (SADP) at the University of Sydney, Australia. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture from TsinghuaUniversity, Beijing and PhD in Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley. She has published widely on modern architectural and planning history, and herwork has explored various interdisciplinary intersections. She has been awarded prestigious research grants from Australian Research Council, the US Social Science Research Council, and Getty Foundation, as well as the Best Article Prize from Planning Perspectives and the International Planning History Society.

Lu’s book Remaking Chinese Urban Form (Routledge, 2006, 2011) provides a significant new perspective on the intertwined relationship between modernity, scarcity and the built environment by examining the development of the work unit (danwei) – the socialist enterprise or institute which integrated work and living spaces – as a primary urban form under Maoist socialism. Her edited book Third World Modernism (Routledge, 2010) opens up whole new perspectives on the development of modernist architecture in developing countries in the 1950s and 1960s. Both books have received acclaims from leading scholars internationallyand been adopted as required reading by architecture and urban design courses across the world. The conceptual framework on entangled modernities she develops through a series of articles has been used by scholars and students across the world to investigate non-Western built environments.

More recently, Lu has been awarded the Australian Research Council Future Fellowship (AU$682,836), which supports her world-leading research on complexities surrounding urbanization, built environments, and the politics of land in Chinawith a non-teaching period from 2012 to 2016. Her forthcoming monograph New Book of Changes: The Way of China and Its Urbanization offers a multi-dimensional comprehension of Chinese urbanization from the perspective of statecraft. Her edited volume TheRoutledge Companion to Contemporary Architectural History will be published in 2018.

Lu has served as Board Director of the Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) and its Chair of International Committee (2012–2015). She is a co-founder of the Society of Architectural Historians of Asia (SAH-Asia), a transnational network aiming to foster high-quality research on Asian built environments. She served as Associate Dean of Education in 2012–2015. Under her leadership, SADP was among the faculties that have made greatest progress at the university level. She was co-editor of Architectural Theory Review in 2009–2012, and hasserved on editorial boards of Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review and Planning Perspectives, as well as the advisory board of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments (IASTE). She has been an invited columnist of the Italian design magazine Domus (China), a Global Scholar at Tsinghua University, and invited expert at Sichuan University and Shanghai University. Since 2009 Lu has been leading a research cluster on “Making Migrant Spaces” at the University of Sydney. She has given conference keynote speeches and invited lectures at various universities and institutes in Australia, Asia, Europe, and North America. She has also served to disseminate knowledge to the wider community by making regular media appearances on newspaper, radio and television. Lu is Principal of GZ Architects and has extensive experience in architectural and urban design. She won the First Prize in Shenzhen Bao’an Central Area “Green Axis” Complex Design Competition in 2000 (with Gang Gang).

Research interests

Contemporary architectural history and theory, modern architecture and urban development in China, critical theories on space and society, housing design and neighbourhood planning.

Teaching and supervision

  • Architecture and Urbanism in Asia (Graduate lecture course)
  • Contemporary Architectural Theories (Graduate lecture and seminar course)
  • Architecture, Globalisation and Urbanisation (Graduate lecture and seminar course)
  • History and Theory 2: Modern Architecture (Undergraduate lecture course)
  • Architecture, Place and Society (Undergraduate lecture course)
  • Design Studies 1A – History and Theory Module (Undergraduate lecture course)
  • Design Practice 1A (Undergraduate design studio)
  • Design Practice 2A (Undergraduate design studio)
  • Design Practice 2B (Undergraduate design studio)
  • Studio 301 (Undergraduate design studio)

Current research students

Project title Research student
Urbanisation and Public Rental Housing in Chongqing, China Weijie HU
The Evolution of Urban Spatial Structure of The Shenyang City in the period of Manchukuo (1932-1945) Xiao MA

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2012

  • Mapping Chinas Urban Crisis: The Politics of Land and Resettlement; Lu D; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Future Fellowships (FT).

2007

  • National Buildings, Global Visions: Exporting Chinese Architecture to the Third World; Lu D; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2006

  • Exporting Chinese Architecture to the Third World, 1956-1965; Lu D; University of Sydney/Early Career Researcher.
  • Improving the Induction and Integration of Research Students into the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning; Lu D, Pizarro R, Cabrera D, Gero J, Hill G; University of Sydney/Teaching Improvement Fund (TIF).

2005

  • Architecture and Global Imaginations in China, 1911 - 1965; Lu D; University of Sydney/Early Career Researcher.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Lu, D. (2011). Remaking Chinese Urban Form | Modernity, Scarcity and Space, 1949-2005. United kingdom: Routledge.
  • Lu, D. (2006). Remaking Chinese Urban Form: Modernity, Scarcity and Space 1949-2005. Oxfordshire, UK: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Edited Books

  • Lu, D. (2010). Third World Modernism: Architecture, Development and Identity. Abingdon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Book Chapters

  • Lu, D., Qiu, S. (2016). Modern Planning, Urban Marketing and Urban Identity. In Xinjian Xu (Eds.), Cultural Heritage Studies, (pp. 14-19). Chengdu: Sichuan University Press.
  • Lu, D., Dang, A. (2016). New Villages on the Urban Fringe: Spatial Planning, Lifestyle Changes and Health Implications. In Mu Li, Yang Feng Wu (Eds.), Urbanization and Public Health in China, (pp. 197-211). London: Imperial College Press. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2015). The Work Unit and the Foxconn Factory: A Comparative Perspective. In Michele Bonino, Filippo De Pieri (Eds.), Beijing Danwei: Industrial Heritage in the Contemporary City, (pp. 36-55). Berlin: jovis Verlag GmbH.
  • Shao, C., Lu, D. (2014). The Chinese Community in Japan: Past and Present. In Editorial Committee of the 9th International Symposium (Eds.), Japanese Language Education and Japanese Studies: Interactivity, Praxis, and Possibilities, (pp. 765-779). Tokyo: COCO Shuppan.
  • Lu, D., He, H. (2013). The Transcultural Production of Space: Making 'Little Shanghai' in Sydney. In Jeff Hou (Eds.), Transcultural Cities: Border-Crossing and Placemaking, (pp. 91-103). New York: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Lu, D., Linortner, C. (2013). Walking on Many Legs: Spatial Productions between State Socialism and Third World Modernism in Maoist China. In Moira Hille, Christian Kravagna, Marion von Osten (Eds.), Transcultural Modernisms, (pp. 144-155). Berlin: Sternberg Press.
  • Lu, D. (2013). Ziyou yu duoyangxing: zuowei zhishi de wenhua yichang (Freedom and Diverse: Cultural Heritage as Knowledge). In Xinjian Xu (Eds.), Wenhua yichan yanjiu (Cultural Heritage Studies), (pp. 3-27). Chengdu: Bashu Press.
  • Lu, D. (2012). Entangled Histories of Modern Architecture. In William S W Lim and Jiat-Hwee Chang (Eds.), Non West Modernist Past | on Architecture & Modernities, (pp. 59-68). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2012). Entangled Modernities in Architecture. In G Crysler, S Cairns, H Heynen (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Architectural Theory, (pp. 231-246). London: Sage Publications. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2010). Introduction: Architecture, Modernity and Identify in the Third World. In Duanfang Lu (Eds.), Third World Modernism: Architecture, Development and Identity, (pp. 1-28). Abingdon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Lu, D. (2004). The Latency Of Tradition: On Vicissitudes Of Walls In Contemporary China. In N. AlSayyad (Eds.), End of Tradition, (pp. 210-230). New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Journals

  • Lu, D. (2017). Architecture and global imaginations in China. The Journal of Architecture, 22(4), 639-661. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2016). Imagining the Modern: Reflections on Modern Chinese Architectural Historiography. New Architecture (Xin Jianzhu), 5(168), 4-10.
  • Pieris, A., Lu, D. (2016). Interrogating Asia: Sah-Asia research forum. Fabrications, 26(3), 392-398. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2014). Assemblage, Flow, Knowledge and Practice: The Tao of Cultural Heritage Regeneration. New Architecture (Xin Jianzhu), 3, 8-12.
  • Lu, D. (2014). Enacting Asian Urbanism. Journal of Urban History, 40(6), 1181-1187. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2011). Modernity in Architecture: Review and Reconstruction. The Architect (Jianzhushi), 149(February 2011), 28-38. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2010). Architecture, Modernity, and Knowledge. Fabrications, 19(2), 144-161.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Book review: 'Architecture of Modern China: A Historical Critique' by Jianfei Zhu. Journal of Architectural Education, 63(2), 174-175.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Book review: 'House, Home, Family: Living and Being Chinese' Eds. Ronald G. Knapp and Kai-Yin Lo. Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review, 21(11), 93-94.
  • Wu, F., Lu, D. (2008). The Transition of Chinese Cities. Built Environment, 34(4), 385-391. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2008). Unthinking Spectacle. Architectural Theory Review, 13(2), 125-129.
  • Lu, D. (2007). Architecture and global imaginations in China. The Journal of Architecture, 12(2), 123-145. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2007). The Education of Desire: Commune Design, Utopia and Third World Modernism. Shidai Jianzhu (Time and Architecture), 4, 22-27.
  • Lu, D. (2007). Third world modernism - Utopia, modernity, and the people's commune in China. Journal of Architectural Education, 60(3), 40-48. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2006). Travelling urban form: the neighbourhood unit in China. Planning Perspectives, 21(4), 369-392. [More Information]

Edited Journals

  • Akcan, E., Lu, D., Pirasri, P. (2011). Nakhara | Journal of Environmental Design and Planning. Nakhara | Journal of Environmental Design and Planning, 7(October 2011).
  • Lu, D. (2008). Rethinking Architectural Spectacle. Architectural Theory Review, 13(2).
  • Wu, F., Lu, D. (2008). The Transition of Chinese Cities. Built Environment, 34(4).

Conferences

  • Lu, D. (2014). Becoming Urban: Residential Planning on the Edge of Chinese Cities. 7th International Urban Design Conference: Designing Productive Cities 2014, Nerang: Deakin University.
  • Lu, D., Karim, F. (2012). Mapping Asian Modernism. Convergence In Divergence: Contemporary Challenges in East Asian Architectural Studies (EAAC 2012) International Conference on East Asian Architectural Culture, Hong Kong, China: Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  • Lu, D. (2005). Utopia and Third World Modernism. 22nd Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia & New Zealand - SAHANZ 2005, New Zealand: Society of Architectural Historians.
  • Lu, D. (2004). Imagining A New Chinese Architecture, 1911-1965. mAAN 4th International Conference "Safeguarding and Revitalizing Local Heritage", Shanghai: Tongji University.
  • Lu, D. (2004). Placing Modernism: Architecture And Global Imaginations In China. LIMITS: XXIst Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ), Melbourne: Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2004). Spatial Disruptions: Rural Migrants In The Chinese Work Units. 6th International Symposium for Environment-Behaviour Studies, Tianjin, China: Baihua Literature and Art Publishing House.

Textual Creative Works

  • Lu, D. (2011). Designed in China. Domus China, 52, (pp. 179 - 179). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2011). Planning For Today. Domus China, 50, (pp. 173 - 173). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Book Review: Architecture of Modern China: A Historical Critique. Journal of Architectural Education, Issue 63 Volume 2, (pp. 173 - 174). New Jersey, United States of America: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Capital and Space. Domus China, number 048, November 2010, (pp. 143 - 143). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Elegy of Children. Domus China, number 043, 05/2010, (pp. 147 - 147). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Ghostless Times. Domus China, number 044, Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). House, Home, Family: Living and Being Chinese. Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review, (pp. 93 - 94). Berkley, United States of America: International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Place and Knowledge. Domus China, (pp. 149 - 149). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Plain Cities. Domus China, number 045, 07/08-2010, (pp. 183 - 183). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Rethinking Architectural Spectacle. Domus China, number 041, 03/10, (pp. 187 - 187). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). The New Green Utopia. Domus China, number 047, October 2010, (pp. 147 - 147). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). We have never been modern. Domus China, number 042, 04/10, (pp. 147 - 147). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). What has modernism done? Domus China, number 046, 09/2010, (pp. 142 - 142). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2009). Book Review: Olympic Architecture: Beijing 2008. Architectural Science Review, Volume 52 No.2, (pp. 163 - 164). Oxford, United Kingdom: Earthscan.
  • Lu, D. (2005). Social Space and Governance in Urban China: The Danwei System from Origins to Reform. The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, (pp. 189 - 191). Sydney, Australia: Oriental Society of Australia.

Design or Architectural Works

  • Lu, D., GZ Architects, G. (2005). Daheng Technology Building and Zujinchanghe Residential complex. Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Residential/Commercial.

2017

  • Lu, D. (2017). Architecture and global imaginations in China. The Journal of Architecture, 22(4), 639-661. [More Information]

2016

  • Lu, D. (2016). Imagining the Modern: Reflections on Modern Chinese Architectural Historiography. New Architecture (Xin Jianzhu), 5(168), 4-10.
  • Pieris, A., Lu, D. (2016). Interrogating Asia: Sah-Asia research forum. Fabrications, 26(3), 392-398. [More Information]
  • Lu, D., Qiu, S. (2016). Modern Planning, Urban Marketing and Urban Identity. In Xinjian Xu (Eds.), Cultural Heritage Studies, (pp. 14-19). Chengdu: Sichuan University Press.
  • Lu, D., Dang, A. (2016). New Villages on the Urban Fringe: Spatial Planning, Lifestyle Changes and Health Implications. In Mu Li, Yang Feng Wu (Eds.), Urbanization and Public Health in China, (pp. 197-211). London: Imperial College Press. [More Information]

2015

  • Lu, D. (2015). The Work Unit and the Foxconn Factory: A Comparative Perspective. In Michele Bonino, Filippo De Pieri (Eds.), Beijing Danwei: Industrial Heritage in the Contemporary City, (pp. 36-55). Berlin: jovis Verlag GmbH.

2014

  • Lu, D. (2014). Assemblage, Flow, Knowledge and Practice: The Tao of Cultural Heritage Regeneration. New Architecture (Xin Jianzhu), 3, 8-12.
  • Lu, D. (2014). Becoming Urban: Residential Planning on the Edge of Chinese Cities. 7th International Urban Design Conference: Designing Productive Cities 2014, Nerang: Deakin University.
  • Lu, D. (2014). Enacting Asian Urbanism. Journal of Urban History, 40(6), 1181-1187. [More Information]
  • Shao, C., Lu, D. (2014). The Chinese Community in Japan: Past and Present. In Editorial Committee of the 9th International Symposium (Eds.), Japanese Language Education and Japanese Studies: Interactivity, Praxis, and Possibilities, (pp. 765-779). Tokyo: COCO Shuppan.

2013

  • Lu, D., He, H. (2013). The Transcultural Production of Space: Making 'Little Shanghai' in Sydney. In Jeff Hou (Eds.), Transcultural Cities: Border-Crossing and Placemaking, (pp. 91-103). New York: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Lu, D., Linortner, C. (2013). Walking on Many Legs: Spatial Productions between State Socialism and Third World Modernism in Maoist China. In Moira Hille, Christian Kravagna, Marion von Osten (Eds.), Transcultural Modernisms, (pp. 144-155). Berlin: Sternberg Press.
  • Lu, D. (2013). Ziyou yu duoyangxing: zuowei zhishi de wenhua yichang (Freedom and Diverse: Cultural Heritage as Knowledge). In Xinjian Xu (Eds.), Wenhua yichan yanjiu (Cultural Heritage Studies), (pp. 3-27). Chengdu: Bashu Press.

2012

  • Lu, D. (2012). Entangled Histories of Modern Architecture. In William S W Lim and Jiat-Hwee Chang (Eds.), Non West Modernist Past | on Architecture & Modernities, (pp. 59-68). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2012). Entangled Modernities in Architecture. In G Crysler, S Cairns, H Heynen (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Architectural Theory, (pp. 231-246). London: Sage Publications. [More Information]
  • Lu, D., Karim, F. (2012). Mapping Asian Modernism. Convergence In Divergence: Contemporary Challenges in East Asian Architectural Studies (EAAC 2012) International Conference on East Asian Architectural Culture, Hong Kong, China: Chinese University of Hong Kong.

2011

  • Lu, D. (2011). Designed in China. Domus China, 52, (pp. 179 - 179). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2011). Modernity in Architecture: Review and Reconstruction. The Architect (Jianzhushi), 149(February 2011), 28-38. [More Information]
  • Akcan, E., Lu, D., Pirasri, P. (2011). Nakhara | Journal of Environmental Design and Planning. Nakhara | Journal of Environmental Design and Planning, 7(October 2011).
  • Lu, D. (2011). Planning For Today. Domus China, 50, (pp. 173 - 173). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2011). Remaking Chinese Urban Form | Modernity, Scarcity and Space, 1949-2005. United kingdom: Routledge.

2010

  • Lu, D. (2010). Architecture, Modernity, and Knowledge. Fabrications, 19(2), 144-161.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Book review: 'Architecture of Modern China: A Historical Critique' by Jianfei Zhu. Journal of Architectural Education, 63(2), 174-175.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Book review: 'House, Home, Family: Living and Being Chinese' Eds. Ronald G. Knapp and Kai-Yin Lo. Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review, 21(11), 93-94.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Book Review: Architecture of Modern China: A Historical Critique. Journal of Architectural Education, Issue 63 Volume 2, (pp. 173 - 174). New Jersey, United States of America: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Capital and Space. Domus China, number 048, November 2010, (pp. 143 - 143). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Elegy of Children. Domus China, number 043, 05/2010, (pp. 147 - 147). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Ghostless Times. Domus China, number 044, Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). House, Home, Family: Living and Being Chinese. Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review, (pp. 93 - 94). Berkley, United States of America: International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Introduction: Architecture, Modernity and Identify in the Third World. In Duanfang Lu (Eds.), Third World Modernism: Architecture, Development and Identity, (pp. 1-28). Abingdon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Place and Knowledge. Domus China, (pp. 149 - 149). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Plain Cities. Domus China, number 045, 07/08-2010, (pp. 183 - 183). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Rethinking Architectural Spectacle. Domus China, number 041, 03/10, (pp. 187 - 187). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). The New Green Utopia. Domus China, number 047, October 2010, (pp. 147 - 147). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). Third World Modernism: Architecture, Development and Identity. Abingdon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Lu, D. (2010). We have never been modern. Domus China, number 042, 04/10, (pp. 147 - 147). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.
  • Lu, D. (2010). What has modernism done? Domus China, number 046, 09/2010, (pp. 142 - 142). Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Opus Productions.

2009

  • Lu, D. (2009). Book Review: Olympic Architecture: Beijing 2008. Architectural Science Review, Volume 52 No.2, (pp. 163 - 164). Oxford, United Kingdom: Earthscan.

2008

  • Lu, D. (2008). Rethinking Architectural Spectacle. Architectural Theory Review, 13(2).
  • Wu, F., Lu, D. (2008). The Transition of Chinese Cities. Built Environment, 34(4).
  • Wu, F., Lu, D. (2008). The Transition of Chinese Cities. Built Environment, 34(4), 385-391. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2008). Unthinking Spectacle. Architectural Theory Review, 13(2), 125-129.

2007

  • Lu, D. (2007). Architecture and global imaginations in China. The Journal of Architecture, 12(2), 123-145. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2007). The Education of Desire: Commune Design, Utopia and Third World Modernism. Shidai Jianzhu (Time and Architecture), 4, 22-27.
  • Lu, D. (2007). Third world modernism - Utopia, modernity, and the people's commune in China. Journal of Architectural Education, 60(3), 40-48. [More Information]

2006

  • Lu, D. (2006). Remaking Chinese Urban Form: Modernity, Scarcity and Space 1949-2005. Oxfordshire, UK: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Lu, D. (2006). Travelling urban form: the neighbourhood unit in China. Planning Perspectives, 21(4), 369-392. [More Information]

2005

  • Lu, D., GZ Architects, G. (2005). Daheng Technology Building and Zujinchanghe Residential complex. Beijing, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province): Residential/Commercial.
  • Lu, D. (2005). Social Space and Governance in Urban China: The Danwei System from Origins to Reform. The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, (pp. 189 - 191). Sydney, Australia: Oriental Society of Australia.
  • Lu, D. (2005). Utopia and Third World Modernism. 22nd Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia & New Zealand - SAHANZ 2005, New Zealand: Society of Architectural Historians.

2004

  • Lu, D. (2004). Imagining A New Chinese Architecture, 1911-1965. mAAN 4th International Conference "Safeguarding and Revitalizing Local Heritage", Shanghai: Tongji University.
  • Lu, D. (2004). Placing Modernism: Architecture And Global Imaginations In China. LIMITS: XXIst Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ), Melbourne: Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand. [More Information]
  • Lu, D. (2004). Spatial Disruptions: Rural Migrants In The Chinese Work Units. 6th International Symposium for Environment-Behaviour Studies, Tianjin, China: Baihua Literature and Art Publishing House.
  • Lu, D. (2004). The Latency Of Tradition: On Vicissitudes Of Walls In Contemporary China. In N. AlSayyad (Eds.), End of Tradition, (pp. 210-230). New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

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