Zhong Ling

Chinese architect Zhong Ling is the founder of DUTS design. He is a French National Registered Architect, and got HMONP Architect Qualification for Practicing in Europe. He is also EMBA of China-Europe International Business School and Guest Teacher of Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

He studied Architecture in ENSAPLV (Ecole nationale supérieure d’architecture de Paris la Villette) from the well-known French architect Eric Dubosc and founded DUTS design in 2010. He has combined the mature European design thinking and advanced technology model, together with the specific domestic situation in China, rationally and innovatively applied to domestic projects. DUTS’s architectural design practice covers urban design, architectural design and space design. He organically combines different dimensions of design thinking.

In 2016, Zhong Ling was selected as “Chinese Contemporary Architects” published by Tianjin University Press. He has presided over the design of works including the Linxia Grand Theater, Linxia Olympic Sports Center Stadium, Lanzhou Yinda Qin Engineering Administration, Chengdu Jinniu Library and other projects, which have been repeatedly reported by media both in China and overseas.