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© reMIXstudio

reMIX is a Beijing based studio born from the experience that the three founding partners, Chen Chen, Federico Ruberto and Nicola Saladino, have developed during years of academic research and through collaborations with various international firms, studying and inquiring diverse scales of interventions and procedural attitudes.
The studio expertise ranges from architecture to landscape and urban design. Moving on multiple grounds, analyzing, translating and transforming the interrelated peculiarities of performative logics, our work aims at establishing a transitional line of research that oscillates between processual complexities and material economies. The outcome is an expression of formal synergies, a modulation of analogical and digital processes, of diagrammatic and emergent organizations. Our structural geometries are gestural negotiations, converging results of constant conceptual revisions of forms and dogmas: mechanisms for debating, retracing and reframing.
A spatial chemistry is developed in order to achieve a synthesis of systemic performances, of signifying multiplicities, of social and environmental heterogeneities: admixtures ethereally fluctuating, constantly transforming. The understanding of the territory and its constitutive and constantly evolving metabolic networks and systems of power relations is the terrain onto which the redefinition and revision of presupposed dichotomies such as natural / artificial and local / global can depart, where the envisioning and construction of future social assemblages can finally take off.
We aim in sum for a critical integration, a non-linear incorporation, of architecture and landscape into a synthetic urban hybrid.

reMIX projects have been recognized by a number of important international design awards, including: 2011 and 2013 ASLA Honor Award, 2011 IFLA Design Award (Third Place), 2009 XI Krakow Architecture Triennial (Grand Prix) and 2014 Qianhai Island Masterplan International Competition (Third Place).
reMIX has been featured widely around the world, in publications that include: Landscape Architecture Frontiers, ASLA LAM, Community Design, Urban Flux, Complexity and Sustainability, Frame, Future Magazine, Vision, GSD Platform, Homestyle, and a series of web-magazines like Dezeen, Designboom, Phaidon and Gooood.
Various projects have been exhibited worldwide in important venues and events such as: 2016 Shanghai “Trans-Design” at West Bund Art Centre (where we also curated the spatial design of the section “Ideas in Action”), 14th Venice Architectural Biennale, 2014 "Making Community, Not the Map Nor the Territory” at Manchester Center for Chinese Contemporary Art, 2013 Festival des Architectures Vives of Montpellier, 2012 Rotterdam Architecture Biennale, 2011 Tallinn Architecture Biennale.

reMIXstudio | 临界工作室,是一家年轻的事务所,一间致力于打破专业和尺度界限的空间工作室。三位创始人 - Chen Chen, Federico Ruberto and Nicola Saladino - 分别来自不同的学术研究背景并在多个国际性事务所在多尺度多类型的设计实践中积累了丰富的经验。我们涉足建筑设计,景观设计以及城市规划设计,并尤以其中的交叉性、综合性的设计为专长。我们将城市理解为一个复杂的动态系统,跨领域、跨尺度、系统性的工作方式是我们多方面考虑城市设计问题的前提。生态的可持续发展原则是我们贯穿始终的设计理念。我们致力于打破专业界限,将建筑及其环境景观视作相辅相成,互为完善的总体整合设计,打造连贯、协调、可持续的现代城市建成环境。

reMIX临界工作室的建筑及景观设计作品获得多个国际权威奖项,包括美国景观建筑学会优胜奖 (ASLA Honour Award, 2011, 2013),国际景观建筑联盟设计大赛第三名 (IFLA, 2011),第十一届 Krakow 建筑三年展设计大奖 (XI Krakow Architecutre Triennial Prize),深圳前海景观岛国际规划及设计竞赛三等奖 (Qianhai Island Masterplan International Competition, 2014)。reMIX工作室的设计实践一直获得国际媒体的广泛关注,包括景观设计学 (Landscape Architecture Frontiers),美国景观学会会刊 (ASLA Landscape Architecture Magazine),社区设计 (Community Design),城市空间设计 (Urban Flux),复杂性与可持续发展 (Complexity and Sustainability),FRAME,未来 (Future Magazine),青年视觉 (Vision),哈佛设计学院作品选 (GSD Platform),私家 (Homestyle),以及dezeen, designboom, phaidon web-magazine, 谷德 (gooood) 等多个在线设计杂志。reMIX多次受邀在国际建筑与艺术展览中参展,包括第十四届威尼斯建筑双年展 (the 14th Venice Architectural Biennale),鹿特丹国际建筑双年展 (Rotterdam Architecture Biennale, 2012),北京国际设计周 (Beijing Design Week, 2013-2017),蒙彼利埃法国建筑展 (Festival des Architectures Vives, 2013),曼彻斯特中国当代艺术中心 (Center for Chinese Contemporary Art, 2014),塔林建筑双年展 (Tallinn Architecture Biennale, 2011)。