Georgina André, PhD student, urban planner and geography researcher, is writing and researching her thesis in the studio of Arte Charpentier Architects, on the subject of urban development in China, focussing on Wuhan.
On Tuesday 13th February, she was a panel member of the latest ‘Rendez-vous China’ seminar taking place at the Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine with the theme “Wuhan, urban and cultural future”, with fellow panellists :
- Dorothée Rihal, Doctor of History, Research Associate of the Institut d’Asie Orientale
- Étienne Tricaud, architect, co-founder of AREP
- Pierre Vincent et Stéphanie Boufflet, architects, teachers at ENSA Paris Val-de-Seine
- Minja Yang, President and professor, Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation (RLICC) in Leuven
- Françoise Ged, moderator for the Observatoire de l’Architecture de la Chine Contemporaine, (Centre for Contemporary Chinese Architecture), at Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine