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Old August 31st, 2010, 09:59 AM   #1
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Kaohsiung Exhibition and Convention Center

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Old September 1st, 2010, 11:42 AM   #2
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so small?
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Old September 1st, 2010, 11:52 AM   #3
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so small?
it's not the size that counts; it's how you use it.
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Old September 1st, 2010, 12:14 PM   #4
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so small?
Size is not a problem, if you consider population and convention industry in Kaohsiung. We need appropriate and suitable capacity, not overstate. It is useless to plan a big building and don't have enough companies to use it.

I like this convention centre more than Taipei Nangong Exhibition and Convention Centre.
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Old September 1st, 2010, 05:42 PM   #5
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Yeah, I guess, I think Taiwan is not internationalised enough for its Economy. Top 25 economies in the world with little international Exposure. TOO MUCH POLITICS!
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Old September 1st, 2010, 07:50 PM   #6
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no no i find this centre... appropriated and well designed...
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Old September 2nd, 2010, 02:21 AM   #7
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plus you cant really see how big it is. it might be very long in the back. any info on the square footage and size?
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Old September 2nd, 2010, 02:32 AM   #8
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plus you cant really see how big it is. it might be very long in the back. any info on the square footage and size?
Not sure, it is proposed design by responsible developers.
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Kaohsiung Exhibition and Conference Centre (model)

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Old September 2nd, 2010, 01:08 PM   #10
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see? it is pretty big! bigger than in the rendering. who designed it? more interesting than taipei nangang exhibition center. it's got more style to it!
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世貿展覽中心 統包評選出爐
自由時報 / 2010/08/24

〔記者葛祐豪/高雄報導〕高雄世界貿易展覽會議中心統包工程評選昨天傍晚出爐,麗明營造與澳洲COX集團的團隊得標,波浪形的外觀設計,增添海洋意象。

這次共有4家廠商投標,3家符合資格,昨天經9名國內外評審(2人缺席)選出麗明營造、劉培森建築師與澳洲COX集團組成的團隊為第一名,第二名是建造高雄巨蛋的永青營造,第三名是建造夢時代的宏昇營造。

來自台中的麗明營造,也是台中大都會歌劇院得標廠商,此次與COX集團設計的波浪造型外觀,凸顯高雄市水岸城市的意象,屋頂有3000平方公尺的活動空間,室內展示攤位規劃1100個,加上工期縮短2個月,獲得評審青睞,脫穎而出。

這項工程的經費28億3000萬元,預計明年10月開工,民國102年底啟用

市府指出,高雄世界貿易展覽會議中心啟用後,將舉辦國際大型研討會議及大型展示活動,預計可創造2000個就業機會,每年增加市府3100萬元稅收。
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see? it is pretty big! bigger than in the rendering. who designed it? more interesting than taipei nangang exhibition center. it's got more style to it!
anyhow, the bigger doesn't mean the better...
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anyhow, the bigger doesn't mean the better...
small doesnt meant it's better either.
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It looks that all proposed designs are made by Taiwanese architects or it is actually coorporate with international architectural institution?






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Old September 5th, 2010, 01:11 PM   #15
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love the site they are building on
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and the marina
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Old September 5th, 2010, 02:12 PM   #17
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oh no, the 3th projet is better than the 2 others by far...it has more personnality according to me.

anyhow, the décision has been taken, it's too late...
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oh no, the 3th projet is better than the 2 others by far...it has more personnality according to me.

anyhow, the décision has been taken, it's too late...

well why didnt you go there and tell them!! you lost out, sheesh!!

i cant decide which one i like. i'm not crazy about the first. i mean i like the front with all the big glass and the profile of the wavy roof. but from the top and side its too boring - just one long tube.

i like the roof of the second and the overall shape. but i cant see whats going on on the side walls. and i can't see exactly the design of the 3rd one either in that pic.

i really hope they do a good job on this one. it's a very great site and would suck if they ruin it with a terrible design. they should go all out and really fix up the marina better like hong kong's and singapore's and not just do it half-assed. i'm talking perfectly manicured, well constructed boardwalk, paths, docks, landscaping, etc. they should hire experts from those places to work on this.

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Old September 6th, 2010, 07:46 AM   #19
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i think this is a great addition to the site. the location currently looks empty and depressed. if they do a good job it could potentially turn this area into an attractive marina.
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I love it when they reserve space around the place for future highrise development, in a few years time, Kaohsiungs Skyline will be amazing. Way better than Taipei. Density control in Taipei is non-existent
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