Zhu Pei

Dean, Professor | Founder

Central Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture | Studio Zhu Pei · Mainland China

Zhu Pei, one of the leading Chinese architects, currently serves as the Dean and Professor of School of Architecture, Central Academy of Fine Arts, and Founder of Studio Zhu Pei. He has taught as a Visiting Professor at Harvard University and Columbia University. He is Honorary Fellow of AIA. He has been recognized with architecture’s most prestigious awards and honors such as Architizer A+ Awards, AZ Awards, The Architectural Review Award, AIA Honor Award, Design Vanguard Award from Architectural Record, and Grand Award and Special Award for Culture from Hong Kong DFA.


His significant works include Jingdezhen Imperial Kiln Museum (Jiangxi, 2020), Yangliping Performing Arts Center (Yunnan, 2020), Shou County Cultural and Art Center (Anhui, 2019), etc. His works have been exhibited worldwide at art museums such as MoMA, Pompidou Art Center, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Venice Biennial, GA Gallery, the solo exhibition at Aedes in Berlin, Kassel, Dresden State Art Museum, the Sao Paulo Art Biennial, Harvard University, and Rome MAXXI Museum. His works have also been permanent collected by MoMA, Pompidou Art Center, the Victoria and Albert Museum and M+. In addition, he was a jury member of the Mies van der Rohe Award in 2011.