Based in Shanghai, PERFORM is a design intensive practice focusing on creating high quality architectural projects and public spaces. The office has over 50 designers with extensive experience in mixed-use, hotel, office buildings, as well as cultural and educational facilities.

The name PERFORM means our approach goes beyond mere form invention, but an integrated design strategy that combines space use, experience, and operation together, in order to ultimately transform and inspire higher level of performance in a variety of dimensions.

Li Qian
Founding Partner

Li Qian graduated from Tsinghua University with a bachelor's degree in architecture from Tsinghua University. Later, he studied in the United States and obtained a master's degree in architecture from Cornell University. He is a registered architect in New York state. As a senior designer, he worked in Diller scofidio + Renfro and EE & amp; K has worked for many years. Li Qian founded performance design in New York and Shanghai in 2013. His works have been published in professional media such as archdaily, Youfang, detail, designboom and architect magazine. In addition to working practice, as a guest tutor of architectural design courses, Li Qian has also been employed in Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shenzhen University and other schools.

Founding Partner

Jun Zhang graduated from Tsinghua University with a bachelor's degree in architecture. During his time in the United States from 2001 to 2011, Jun has worked in Cannon Design and RTKL as a senior designer. He is a registered architect in Virginia and is a LEED accredited professional. Upon returning to Shanghai, Jun has worked in Tianhua and AICO as a design principal before co-founding Perform Architecture with Qian Li. Jun Zhang has led designs on a number of large commercial projects across China, and his works have been internationally recognized with design awards from America, England, and Italy.

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