EAWLC Zoom Learning for Curious People: Appreciation of Architectural Designs

Update: Zoom meeting video

Since 1992 after graduation from Harbin Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Shaoxuan Zhou (Joe) has played various roles in the industry: an owner of an indie architecture studio, a project manager at CallisonRTKL Shanghai, and an urban designer for a couple of architecture firms in China.  In between of those roles he spent five years travelling and living in New Zealand.   and England.  Currently Joe lives in Toronto with his wife and their  10-year-old boy, and works remotely for a firm in Shanghai as their urban design director.  He enjoys every minute at work, very happy that he can make a good living by doing something he has been passionate about for almost 30 years, i.e., to be a frontline designer, and incorporate art, history, economy, and technology to make living spaces beautiful, comfortable and sustainable, with distinct community identities.  In his spare time, Joe loves outdoor activities, going to gym, and gardening.

We are delighted that Joe is coming to our club to share his passion and expertise!  Specifically, he will illustrate how an architect sees some of the masterpieces designed by world’s most influential architects, and show us how to appreciate the architectural beauty of space, structure, light and path.  Joe will also gladly take any architecture-related questions from our participants, such as university study , industry trends, and so on.  Anybody is welcome to join us to have a dialogue with Joe!

Time: Friday July 3, 2020 8:00-9:30 P.M. Eastern Time

Language: Mandarin

Free online Zoom meeting.  Maximum capacity 100 participants.  Meetings will be open 15 minutes prior to the lecture time.  Please click below link to enter:


Meeting ID: 871 3466 4583

For inquiries, please contact: ericliujt@gmail.com.  Thanks!




时间: 2020年7月3号周五晚上8:00到9:30。(加东时间)




Meeting ID: 871 3466 4583

如有问题需查询,请致电: ericliujt@gmail.com.谢谢!


2 thoughts on “EAWLC Zoom Learning for Curious People: Appreciation of Architectural Designs”

  1. I like this kind of knowledge sharing. Hope more and more experience sheared by different expert.

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