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Home in High Latitude, China by hypersity office

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018

Article source: hypersity office

The project is nominated to the nonprofit program “Dream of Decoration”, which is located at 5th Liaoyang Street in Harbin, the heart of the entire city. As a small bungalow at the entrance of the courtyard, the renovated bungalow is located in a large Russian style compound, which is composed of national protected buildings of eclecticism. The bungalow was originally a room for security-guard with a floor area of 28.77 square meters only. For some historical reasons, it was changed to ordinary residence, with property rights, and being continuously expanded exteriorly for a family of three. The biggest challenge of the entire project is to resolve the current problem to satisfy the family’s needs, while still maintains a dialogue with surrounding historic neighborhood. It is neither a simple way to replicate traditional Russian style eclectic architecture, nor to escape the environmental constraints, and it is to be sure to strike a balance between the two.

Image Courtesy © Ma Hao

  • Architects: hypersity office
  • Project: Home in High Latitude
  • Location: No. 5, Liaoyang Street, Harbin, China
  • Photography: Ma Hao
  • Design team: Li Shiyao, Li Dijin, Wang Yinuo,Kang Jiaqi
  • Chief Architect: Shi Yang, Li Shaojun
  • Area: 28.77 Square Meters
  • Completion Date: 2017.11

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The Exhibition Hall of Crime Evidences in Harbin, China by Architectural Design & Research Institute of South China University of Technology

Sunday, July 2nd, 2017

Article source: Architectural Design & Research Institute of South China University of Technology 

Back Ground Information:

The place where the ruins Unit 731 of the Japanese Imperial Army used to station is particular not just for its role as a historical site. Its particularity is already defined by the broken walls, silent and solemn gravel ground, rails extending to infinity, and the desolate lofty elms surrounding it, before the architect has time to assess the harmony of such combination.

Image Courtesy © Yao li

  • Architects: Architectural Design & Research Institute of South China University of Technology 
  • Project: The Exhibition Hall of Crime
  • Location: Harbin, China
  • Photography: Yao li
  • Chief architect: He Jingtang
  • Principle architect: He Jingtang
  • Team Members: Ni Yang, He Chili, He Xiaoxin, Liu Tao, Luo Menghao, Luo Wanjun, Lu Zhiwei, Su Hao, Yan Zhong, Wu Zhaohui, Wang Mingjie, Zhu Yuanzheng, Chen Mengjun
  • Lighting consultant: GH Architectural Lighting Design Ltd

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Harbin Opera House in China by MAD Architects

Monday, January 11th, 2016

Article source: MAD Architects

MAD Architects unveils the completed Harbin Opera House, located in the Northern Chinese city of Harbin. In 2010, MAD won the international open competition for Harbin Cultural Island, a master plan for an opera house, a cultural center, and the surrounding wetland landscape along Harbin’s Songhua River.The sinuousopera house is the focal point of the Cultural Island, occupying a building area of approximately 850,000square feet of thesite’s 444 acres total area. It features a grand theater that can host over 1,600 patrons and a smaller theater to accommodate an intimate audience of 400.

Harbin Opera House, aerial view from the east, Image Courtesy © Hufton+Crow

Harbin Opera House, aerial view from the east, Image Courtesy © Hufton+Crow

  • Architects: MAD Architects
  • Project: Harbin Opera House
  • Location: Harbin, China
  • Photography: Hufton+Crow, Adam Mørk
  • Directors: Ma Yansong, Dang Qun, YosukeHayano
  • Design Team: Jordan Kanter, Daniel Gillen, Bas van Wylick, Liu Huiying, Fu Changrui, Zhao Wei, Kin Li ,Zheng Fang, Julian Sattler, Jackob Beer, J Travis Russett, SohithPerera, Colby Thomas Suter, Yu Kui, Philippe Brysse, Huang Wei, Flora Lee, Wang Wei, XieYibang, LyoHengliu, Alexander Cornelius, Alex Gornelius, Mao Beihong, GianantonioBongiorno, Jei Kim, Chen Yuanyu, Yu Haochen, Qin Lichao, Pil-Sun Ham, MingyuSeol, Lin Guomin, Zhang Haixia, Li Guangchong, Wilson Wu, Ma Ning, DavideSignorato, Nick Tran, Xiang Ling, Gustavo Alfred Van Staveren, Yang Jie,
  • Landscape Architect: Turenscape, Earthasia Design Group
  • Interior Design: MAD Architects, Shenzhen Z&F Culture Construction Co., Ltd.
  • Acoustic Consultants: Zhang Kuisheng Acoustics Research Institute of Shanghai Modern Design Group
  • Stage Mechanical Engineers: Chinese PLA General Armament Institute of Engineering Design (more…)

Harbin Twin Towers in Harbin, China by spatial practice

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

Article source: spatial practice

(Harbin, China, August 29, 2013): spatial practice has designed the Harbin High Speed Railway (HSR) west train station Twin Towers. The iconic project includes: office spaces, residential apartments, retail spaces and a hyper link to a new underground infra-structural hub.

China has the world longest High Speed Rail (HSR) network that connects the entire country from north to south and from east to west. In the city of Harbin, the new West Train Station will become the northern China gateway connecting to China’s major cities with daily high-speed links to Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai and Guangzhou.

Image Courtesy © spatial practice, Harbin Towers Harbin City Gate.

  • Architects:  spatial practice
  • Project: Harbin Twin Towers
  • Location: Harbin, China
  • Client: Kaishengyuan Group
  • Program: Office, Residential, Retail, Parking and Landscape
  • Status: Design Proposal
  • Year: July, 2013
  • Partners in charge : Erik Amir, Dora Chi
  • Project Architect: Max Gerthel
  • Team: Calvin W. Liu, Cathal Peter Quinn, James Beadnall, Sarah GeXiaorui, Victor QuirosQuiros, Emily Wu
  • Local Architect: Harbin Institute of Technology
  • Structural Engineers: BuroHappold, Matthew Smith, Henry Li
  • Visualization: ADRI, German Glessner Group
  • Physical Model: Gereide Models Beijing

SuperStadium in Harbin, China by Alan S Lu

Friday, August 5th, 2011

Article source: Alan S Lu

SuperStadium is a proposal for an Olympic complex for Harbin’s bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics that seeks to integrate the multitude of Olympic arenas and villages into one continuous entity, allowing for a seamless transition between programs and events. With the economic burdens of hosting the Olympic games a key issue in the local and global economy, the proposal attempts to inject the current model of sporting arenas with a social and cultural initiative. Thus, the building itself becomes a series of typological layers, with the ground floor programmed as a cultural landscape with libraries, museums, convention halls, and screening rooms.

Tower Render

  • Architect: Alan S Lu
  • Name of Project: SuperStadium
  • Location: Harbin, China
  • Software used: Rhino, Autodesk Maya, Photoshop, Illustrator, Digital Project

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China Wood Sculpture Museum in Harbin, China by MAD designs

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

MAD today unveiled their new museum for Chinese wood sculptures in Harbin. As the main city of Northern China, Harbin is in the process of defining itself as a regional hub for the arts at a time when the historic city is rapidly expanding.

China Wood Sculpture Museum

China Wood Sculpture Museum

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