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Long Museum West Bund in Shanghai, China by Atelier Deshaus

Saturday, October 11th, 2014

Article source: Atelier Deshaus 

Long Museum West Bund is located at the bank of Huangpu River, Xuhui District, Shanghai Municipality, the site of which was used as the wharf for coal transportation. Before the commencement of the design, a Coal-Hopper-Unloading-Bridge of about 110m in length, 10m in width and 8m in height, which was constructed in the 1950s, is remained with a two-storey underground parking completed as early as two years ago.

Image Courtesy © Atelier Deshaus

Image Courtesy © Atelier Deshaus

  • Architects: Atelier Deshaus 
  • Project: Long Museum West Bund
  • Location: No. 3398, Longteng Avenue, Xuhui District, Shanghai
  • Architecture design team: Liu Yichun, Chen Yifeng, Wang Longhai, Wang Weishi, Wu Zhenghui, Wang Xuepei, Chen Kun
  • Structure, electrical & mechanical engineer: Tongji Architectural Design (Group) Co, Ltd.
  • Structure, electrical & mechanical design team: Chao Si, Zhang Zhun, Shao Xiaojian, Shao Zhe, Zhang Ying, Shi You, Li Weijiang, Kuang Xingyu, Zhou Zhili
  • Lighting design: Shanghai Guangyu Lighting Design Co., Ltd.
  • Client: Shanghai Xuhui Waterfront Development, Investment & Construction Co., Ltd.
  • Design: November 2011 to July 2012
  • Completion: March 2014
  • Project area: 33007sqm
  • Site area: 19337sqm

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Gubei Mixed-use Master Plan in Shanghai, China by Girimun Architects

Friday, October 10th, 2014

Article source: Girimun Architects

This master plan in West Shanghai capitalises on the potential synergy between various programmatic functions and urban transport network links to create a truly mixed-use environment with fully integrated business, shopping and entertainment activities. A large public space featuring event zones, amphitheatres, waterscapes and soft loans sits atop a double platform over an operative train depot. The technical complexities of the site and coordination with various existing infrastructures make of this development a remarkable achievement.

Image Courtesy © Girimun Architects

Image Courtesy © Girimun Architects

  • Architects: Girimun Architects
  • Project: Gubei Mixed-use Master Plan
  • Location: Shanghai, China
  • Architect Team: Mauro Resnitzky
  • Type: Mixed-Use
  • Size: 850,000 m2
  • Client: China Resources Land
  • Opening: 2015

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Tianjin Riverside 66 in China by Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF)

Friday, October 10th, 2014

Article source: Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) 

“Now that the structural frame is complete, to wander inside a series of curved concrete ribs is something like it must be to see a whale skeleton from the inside. Herman Melville would be inspired.” Design Principal James von Klemperer

On September 26th Tianjin celebrates the Grand Opening of Riverside 66. The 350-meter long megastructrure will now complete the final phase of the He Ping Lu pedestrian boulevard, becoming the centerpiece of the new commercial district while marking its presence monumentally from the revitalized Hai He River and creating a new public experience for the city.“The project itself is conceived of as public space where the building intentionally engages the urban traffic and fosters user interaction,” says Jeffrey Kenoff, Director and Senior Designer at KPF. “Clearly the project needed to operate for a retail and multi program environment, but it also wanted to be a social network to embrace, represent and activate a local community.”

Image Courtesy © Tim Griffith

Image Courtesy © Tim Griffith

  • Architects: Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF)
  • Project: Tianjin Riverside 66
  • Location: Tianjin, China
  • Photography: Tim Griffith
  • Client: Hang Lung Properties Limited
  • Managing Principal: Paul Katz, FAIA
  • Design Principal: James von Klemperer, FAIA
  • Director/Senior Designer: Jeffrey Kenoff, AIA

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TianTai No.2 Primary School in Zhejiang, China by LYCS Architecture

Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Article source: LYCS Architecture

The project for the TianTai No.2 Primary School strives for a unique design that will serve as a model school which provides a beautiful environment for the cultivation of knowledge, culture,physical fitness, art and ethics for elementary school children. The project effectively solving the problem of  land shortage in the old city. The 200m running track calls for 40% of the land if we put the playground on the ground as the normal way, then the space of the campus will be very cramped. At the same time, it is necessary to ensure students a playground to have sports and activities. With land scarce, the 200m running track was projected onto the roof level, giving an additional 3000+ sqm of usable area on the ground as well as the oval shape of the school building, creating a sense of inwardness and security for the students. Lifting the running track also allows for a total project height of 4 floors instead of 5 as originally required, creating a more harmonious relationship between the new school and the surrounding urban context. In order to create more available green courtyard spaces, the building is twisted about 15 degrees, creating smaller pockets of space between the site wall and the exterior envelope.

Image Courtesy © LYCS Architecture

Image Courtesy © LYCS Architecture

  • Architects: LYCS Architecture
  • Project: TianTai No.2 Primary School
  • Location: Tiantai, Zhejiang, China
  • Project Team: Ruan Hao, Zhan Yuan, Gary He, Shanliang Jin, Lina Chen
  • Project Period: Design 2012, Construction 2013-2014
  • Size: 10190.36 sqm
  • Architect of Record: Zhejiang University Urban Research & Design Institute

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‘Pleated’ and ‘woven’ façade for Jing Mian Xin Cheng in Beijing by SPARK Architects

Sunday, September 28th, 2014

Article source: Spark Architects

SPARK’s ‘pleated’ and ‘woven’ façade for the award-winning mixed-use development Jing Mian Xin Cheng in Beijing demonstrates that depth of experience need not be forgotten despite the speed of the central city’s expansion. ‘Pleats’ of perforated aluminium sheeting and a ‘weave’ of rippling windows resolve a variety of practical issues while referencing a textile market that formerly operated on the site.

Image Courtesy © ShuHe

Image Courtesy © ShuHe

  • Architects: SPARK Architects
  • Project: ‘Pleated’ and ‘woven’ façade for Jing Mian Xin Cheng
  • Location: Beijing
  • Photography: ShuHe
  • Project Director: Jan Felix Clostermann
  • Project Architect: Phi Wenhui Lu
  • Team: Andrew Ng, Chris Taeubert
  • Client: Sino OceanSino-Ocean Land Holdings Limited
  • Total GFA (sqm): 87,800

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10th China International Garden Expo in Wuhan by RTA-Office

Saturday, September 27th, 2014

Article source: RTA-Office

The complex of buildings is placed in Wuhan, a financial, commercial, logistic, and cultural center in Central China. In 2015, China’s highest-level garden event, the 10th China International Garden Expo, will be held in the city. Garden expo will be housed in the central of China for first time (first edition was in 1997).

Image Courtesy © RTA-Office

Image Courtesy © RTA-Office

  • Architects: RTA-Office
  • Project: 10th China International Garden Expo
  • Location: Wuhan, China
  • Total land area: 213,77 hectares
  • Total building area: 13.800m²
  • Surface for new residential: 144.701,66 m²
  • Completion Date: 2014 under construction
  • Landscape Design: Santiago Parramón, RTA-Office
  • Architecture Design: Santiago Parramón, RTA-Office

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Family Box in Beijing, China by SAKO Architects

Friday, September 26th, 2014

Article source: SAKO Architects

Image Courtesy © Ruijing Photo

Image Courtesy © Ruijing Photo

  • Architects: SAKO Architects(Keiichiro SAKO, Kumiko Fukasawa)
  • Project: Family Box in Beijing
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • Photography: Ruijing Photo
  • Client: Beijing Family Box Co., LTD
  • Constructer: Shenzhen weiye decoration group CO.,LTD.
  • Size: 3 floors, Building area: 4,150 sqm
  • Design Period: 2011/09-2012/02
  • Construction Period: 2012/03-2013/03

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Passive House Bruck in Changxing, China by Peter Ruge Architekten

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

Article source: Peter Ruge Architekten 

Peter Ruge Architekten sets new standards of sustainability through the design of a Passive House in Southern China: Passive House Bruck is the first housing of it’s kind to be realized in the countries damp, warm, southern climate with an app. 95% energy saving and certified by the German Passivhaus Institut. The building has been completed in August 2014 and inaugurated officially.

Image Courtesy © Peter Ruge Architekten

Image Courtesy © Peter Ruge Architekten

  • Architects: Peter Ruge Architekten 
  • Project: Passive House Bruck
  • Location: Changxing, Zheijang Province, P.R. China
  • Client: Landsea Europe R&D GmbH
  • Team: Peter Ruge, Kayoko Uchiyama, Matthias Matschewski, Jan Müllender, Alejandra Pérez Siller, Duan Fu
  • Structural Engineering: Shanghai Landsea Building Technology Co. Ltd, Shanghai
  • Mechanical & Electrical: Shanghai Landsea Architecture Technology Co. Ltd., Shanghai
  • Size: GFA Building: 2.200 sqm

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The Island – Wujiatang Sales Office in Kunming, China by Line and Space, LLC

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

Article source: Line and Space, LLC

Rather than subject visitors to a fevered sales pitch, this Sales Office for a fast-developing community is conceived as a cultural and regional natural history experience. Located adjacent to a wetland preserve, the building provides a special experience for property buyers.

Entry Experience, Image Courtesy © Shenzhen Legend Real

Entry Experience, Image Courtesy © Shenzhen Legend Real

  • Architects: Line and Space, LLC
  • Project: The Island – Wujiatang Sales Office
  • Location: Kunming, China
  • Photography: Shenzhen Legend Real

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Hong Kong Ferry Terminal in China by Michael Arellanes II (MA2)

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

Article source: Michael Arellanes II (MA2)

In continuation of the study of vector based geometries, the Hong Kong Ferry Terminalis a proposal that demonstrates the aesthetics of vector curvatures and natural parameterization. The formulation of forces and arcs give rise to multiplicity in Euclidean geometry around a given set of parameters. Due to the magnitude and direction of layered line segments, the connecting lines generate varied degrees of arcing paths and surfaces, from simple to the complex. The increase in variables may restrict or give rise to excessive deformation in reasoned geometric expression. The intention behind the ferry terminal is to focus the current modes of curved vector tectonics and apply its discourse into the synthesis ofthe body or shell of the building.

Image Courtesy © Michael Arellanes II (MA2)

Image Courtesy © Michael Arellanes II (MA2)

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