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Old December 12th, 2009, 08:50 PM   #1
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BEIJING | Fan Hai International Center | 338m | 1108 ft | 80 fl | 260m x 2 | 853 ft x 2 | 52 fl x2 | App

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The San Francisco studio is pleased to announce that it has won the Fan Hai International Center Design Competition in Beijing, China. Northeast of Beijing’s Central Business District, and framed by Chao Yang Park, the new Fan Hai Iternational Center will form the crown of the Chao Yang District.

The project will serve as a landmark not only for the Chao Yang District, but the entire city. Inspired by icons of Beijing’s traditional architecture, the design endeavors to unify the city’s significant cultural aspects with modernity and innovative technology. The project will reinforce Beijing’s existing texture, and encourage connectivity within the city, while also becoming its own distinct destination.

http://www.woodsbagot.biz/en/Documen...tter_01.02.pdf

Fan Hai International Centre, China

Northeast of Beijing’s Central Business District, and framed by Chao Yang Park, the new Fan Hai International Centre will form the crown of the Chao Yang District. As the tallest building located within the District, the new Centre will be very influential on the future development of the area.

The project will serve as a landmark not only for the Chao Yang District, but the entire city. Inspired by icons of Beijing’s traditional architecture, the design endeavours to unify the city’s significant cultural aspects with modernity and innovative technology. The project will reinforce Beijing’s existing texture, and encourage connectivity within the city, while also becoming its own distinct destination.

The project consists of two office towers, a serviced apartment/hotel tower and a retail exhibition area organised around a central arrival plaza - the proximity of the elements ensures a highly interactive environment.

http://www.woodsbagot.com/en/Pages/F...nalCentre.aspx
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Old December 13th, 2009, 12:59 AM   #2
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Splendid! Very elegant and stylish designs. Perfect for Beijing!
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Old December 14th, 2009, 12:10 AM   #3
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Finally this one is not a Supertall...
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Old December 14th, 2009, 01:36 AM   #4
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height is not reveiled

looks amazing

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Old May 8th, 2010, 10:26 AM   #5
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Heights unveiled. 338m, 80 floors; 2x260m 52 floors. They said the local gov has just approved the new heights for this plot. The main tower had only 70 floors in the first plot though, so maybe the design will be changed.



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I like them a lot, very elegant.
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Margaret River Winery & Region

Margaret River Winery & Region

The MadFish Margaret River winery and cellar door is located in the Wilyabrup sub-region of Margaret River just outside the small town of Cowaramup, the birthplace in the 1970’s of what is now the Margaret River wine region.

Margaret River is one of the worlds most vibrant and popular premium wine growing regions. The region stretches just over 100 kilometres from north to south and is up to 27 kilometres wide in parts, comprises the rolling hills of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin and is bordered by the Indian and Southern Oceans.

It may be the maritime climate, it may be the soil, it may even be the clones of the varieties chosen, but whatever it is, the wine loving doctors who founded the Margaret River wine region in the late 1960’s on the advice of America's Professor Harold Olmo and Western Australia's own Dr John Gladstone’s, found themselves in a viticultural paradise.
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Margaret River Winery & Region

The MadFish Margaret River winery and cellar door is located in the Wilyabrup sub-region of Margaret River just outside the small town of Cowaramup, the birthplace in the 1970’s of what is now the Margaret River wine region.

Margaret River is one of the worlds most vibrant and popular premium wine growing regions. The region stretches just over 100 kilometres from north to south and is up to 27 kilometres wide in parts, comprises the rolling hills of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin and is bordered by the Indian and Southern Oceans.

It may be the maritime climate, it may be the soil, it may even be the clones of the varieties chosen, but whatever it is, the wine loving doctors who founded the Margaret River wine region in the late 1960’s on the advice of America's Professor Harold Olmo and Western Australia's own Dr John Gladstone’s, found themselves in a viticultural paradise.
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China Oceanwide will help to develop this project
http://house.qq.com/a/20120918/000008.htm
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another large and cool tower project.
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