As an industry observer, Search Architecture delves into LYCS Architecture to share the experience and stories behind the success of LYCS Architecture.
In the face of the changing environment and development trend of China's architectural design industry, and unlike many firms that remain small and beautiful, LYCS Architecture has expanded from a small team of a few people to nearly 100 people now, and is expanding against the trend in the current industry winter, where "tightening regulation" is the underlying color. The founders of Sou Architecture and the founder and two partners of LYCS Architecture exchanged thoughts on the new era of Chinese cities.
"Our partnership system is actually a system that can be fissured, and our ultimate goal is not to hope to go into a master workshop that could turn into a superstar fall when none of us are in this world. I don't want it to be like that. I want it to be a successful company, which is one of the biggest prerequisites. Under this premise, it's actually a very open system, we can let more people come to be our core backbone, and then we can all move forward together as a group. As a whole, this is the key to open-mindedness. I think this is actually in the design industry, but not much. There may be two ways to be more, one way may be the compound, the compound is very systematic, but relatively not so open; there is another is the master workshop, named after the master, belongs to the typical 'one will be a success', the achievement of a person. Of course it can also make a lot of very good works, and play a very important role in the development of the construction industry. But that's not the kind of mentality we have." Founder RUAN Haoputs it this way.
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