In his garden, Wang Xiangrong creates a “misty landscape”, which is a reference to the archetypal Chinese garden, developing a feeling of “misty poetry” and serenity.
Red-coloured pavilions, earth and water, blue sky and white clouds form constants, made use of by this very contemporary garden.
Wang Xiangrong, landscape architecte
Wang Xiangrong is a professor and vice dean at the School of Landscape Architecture at the Forestry University in Beijing, chief landscape architect at Atelier DYJG and editor in chief of the Chinese landscape architecture magazine. He was awarded a BLA from the University of Tongji in 1983, an MLA from the Beijing Forestry University in 1986 and got his engineering doctorate at the Town and Landscape Planning School of the University of Kassel in Germany in 1995.
He is one of the greatest contemporary Chinese landscape architects.