Hanzhi Zhang


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Exhibition: Study of Space Justice

Beijing Design Week 北京国际设计周

Twenty four hours in Beijing Workers' Sports Complex


When we talk about cities and their iconic landmarks, the public's attention naturally focuses on the spectacular architecture, turning it into a form of visual consumption. The main visual center of a city lies in these extraordinary structures, but their attributes, such as exaggerated designs and unique functionalities, are not easily integrated into local residents’ life.

In the city, landmarks like the National Grand Theater, the Bird's Nest, and the CCTV Headquarters may be eye-catching, but what captures my attention is the surrounding areas of these wonders, and how people go about their everyday lives in terms of clothing, food, shelter, and transportation.

I employed on-site observations, interview, and the method of "ethnography" to conduct a detailed study of the Beijing Workers' Sports Complex, a landmark building, and its surrounding area.

So, in the following content, my interview are based on the following questions:

  • Why were these spectacles constructed in the first place?

  • What kind of urban scenes emerge from the interaction and collision between these landmark buildings and daily life?

  • What is the daily life of the residents in the vicinity of these spectacles like?


  • 奇观为什么被建造出来?

  • 奇观建筑和日常生活的相互作用、碰撞会产生什么样的城市场景?

  • 奇观周边的居民,平时的生活状态是怎样的?

The surrounding residents, exhibition visitors, students in related fields, and others come to watch the exhibition. We were fortunate enough to listen to various opinions and suggestions, engage in discussions with community residents, and share everyday community stories with different people.

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