"Phoenix International Media Center is a multipurpose and comprehensive architecture with functions of television programming, offices and business. As usual, media building has large space such as broadcasting hall, as well as typical office floors vertically. It is hard for this two parts to achieve a harmonious effect. However, in this program, we resort to the pattern of Mobius, that is, combines high office floor with media broadcasting hall. While satisfying the need of the place for programming as well as other supporting establishments, it becomes a complete space and volume. Unique building shape combines with the natural scene in Chaoyang Park."
Jacques de Jaager had been a well-known sculptor in Paris, and was one of the co-workers carving on the first Goetheanum. The artist died in the year 1916. Acting on a suggestion of Rudolf Steiner, his widow built the house for herself and her little daughter, and so that the work of her late husband might also be displayed. This building is consequently a family residence and at the same time a memorial to a deceased artist. The taller portion of the building houses the studio and the lower portion, the residential apartment.