Hui Xiaoxi

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Personal profile

Name: Hui Xiaoxi

Gender: Male

Degrees: Ph. D

Title: Lecturer

E-mail: x.hui@bjut.edu.cn

Current Professional Societies

  • General Coordinator and Member of Executive Team, International Forum on Urbanism (IFoU)

  • Member of Residential Planning Academic Committee, Urban Planning Society of China (UPSC)

  • Member of Rural Architecture Committee, Branch of Architect, Architecture Society of China (ASC)

  • Expert of Academic Committee of Historic and Cultural City Protection, Urban Planning Society of Beijing

  • Expert of Academic Committee of Urban Renewal and Planning Implementation, Urban Planning Society of Beijing

  • Member of Committee of District Governance and Responsible Planner, Urban Planning Society of Beijing

Research Areas

  • Urban Renewal

  • Housing and Community

  • Urban Design

Honors

  • 1stPrize, Excellent Urban/Rural Planning and Design of Beijing, 2017

  • Best Practice Prize of China’s Human Settlements, 2017

  • 3rdPrize, Excellent Urban Planning/Rural and Design of China (Urban Planning), 2017

  • Excellent Responsible Planner of Beijing, 2020

Publications

  • Hui Xiaoxi,Housing, Urban Renewal and Socio-Spatial Integration: A Study on Rehabilitating the Former Socialistic Public Housing Areas in Beijing, Delft: A+BE, 2013.

Personal Statement

Hui Xiaoxi, lecturer and master supervisor at College of Architecture and Urban Planning. He obtained master degree in architecture and PhD in urbanism at Delft University of Technology. He is also registered architect of the Netherlands. Dr. Hui takes charge of over 20 research and design projects on urban renewal, housing and urban design, and is the author or co-author of more than 20 scientific papers, articles and books. He holds the posts of Deputy Chairman of Shijia Hutong Heritage Preservation Society (SHHPS) and General Curator of Chaoyangmen Area of Beijing Design Week (BJDW). He also plays a role of Responsible Planner of Dongsi, Chaoyangmen, Yuetan and Nanmofang Sub-Districts in Beijing.