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Old April 9th, 2012, 10:09 PM   #1
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SHENZHEN | Sungang-Qingshuihe Urban Regeneration and Redevelopment | 380m | 1246ft | 336m | 1246ft | 273m | 895ft | 238m | 780ft | 212m | 695ft | Pro

source: http://www.kcap.eu/en/projects/v/cre...ateway/details

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Urban regeneration of Sungang and Qingshuihe areas

The areas Sungang and Qingshuihe form part of Luohu district, one of the city centers of Shenzhen. Both have become outdated since the warehouse and storage facilities there cannot fulfill contemporary needs anymore. Despite the vanishing importance as logistic center, rich urban life has established itself at its fringes and gradually infiltrates the area. For the urban regeneration of the total 540 ha site, KCAP does not propose a finite regeneration masterplan plan, as is common practice in China, but a framework for development with a set of strategies. They set out the direction of development and resolving the most important problems and questions.
The approach is based on the acceptance of the current urban condition as a starting point. Instead of grand projects, the design introduces a series of measures and projects to be integrated in the existing fabric. With respect for the partly unused built environment, significant road and rail infrastructure, large open spaces and the topography of the site. the framework will continue the urban history of Shenzhen as the result of pragmatism succeeding over monumentality.
The plan defines, based on detailed typological studies, zones of different scale and transformation potential. In a separate study, new programs have been defined, that are based on the already established fine grain of economic networks but bring them to a higher level of profile and economic importance. Next to design, creation, management and sale of fashion, the focus will lie on industrial and furniture design as well as media and film industry. This economic profile will be complemented by high quality housing and a chain of public buildings. In its positioning the area will not only play an important role as the extension of Luohu district center, but also as a creative gateway to and from Hongkong.
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KCAP wins urban regeneration competition in Shenzhen, China
03 May 2011
http://www.kcap.eu/en/news/2011/kcap...shenzhen_china

KCAP Architects&Planners win the international competition for the regeneration of the Sungang and Qingshuihe areas in Shenzhen. The international jury of urban planning experts awarded the proposal of KCAP with the first prize out of a group of 9 teams in the first and 5 teams in the second phase of the competition. The brief asked for one masterplan for the regeneration of both areas, with respect for the partly unused built environment, significant road and rail infrastructure, large open spaces and the topography of the site.
The areas Sungang and Qingshuihe form part of Luohu district, one of the city centers of Shenzhen. Both have become outdated since the warehouse and storage facilities there cannot fulfill contemporary needs anymore. Despite the vanishing importance as logistic center, rich urban life has established itself at its fringes and gradually infiltrates the area.
KCAP does not propose a finite regeneration masterplan, as is common practice in China, but a framework for development with a set of strategies. The approach is based on the acceptance of the current urban condition as a starting point. Instead of grand projects, the design introduces a series of measures and projects to be integrated in the existing fabric.
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a video about this master plan
http://youtu.be/vYkMjYtsJ54
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Old April 12th, 2012, 10:46 AM   #7
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Shenzhen, and mainland China in general, needs more redevelopment thought along these lines. Enough laying large swaths of city to waste so as to implement the daydreams of a few.

Looking forward to this being completed.
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Old November 4th, 2012, 05:44 PM   #8
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This thread could well move into the supertalls section

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Old November 4th, 2012, 07:50 PM   #9
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Do you have sources for these images? They're great!
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Moved to the supertall section.
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Do you have sources for these images? They're great!
Here are the slides showing the details on the supertall office cluster, uploaded to Baidu Wenku
http://wenku.baidu.com/view/2b1d71ed...6f524861f.html


There are also slides for the adjacent Eco City project
http://wenku.baidu.com/view/40d182c0...acfc7ca20.html


And Shum Yip's Logistics City
http://wenku.baidu.com/view/9faad226...d73758119.html


And the 家居建材 commercial cluster
http://wenku.baidu.com/view/872989ed...2bcd10d17.html


Finally a PDF for the overall planning concepts for the entire region
http://wenku.baidu.com/view/6a0ed5d1...458fb57e7.html


(Forgot this thread existed haha, thanks for reminding me )
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Old December 6th, 2012, 06:59 PM   #12
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havn't seen this one before, this is great
and it is quite rare that the tallest plots are the higher numbered towers of the project
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Old December 6th, 2012, 11:04 PM   #13
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It look like they have searched for new designs. I can't say if it looks good all together.
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Old December 8th, 2012, 04:07 PM   #14
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very nice designs of the otwers, but also the park landscape.
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Man, a lot of the designs in the latest renderings are really fantastic! I hope this all goes through!
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New renders:


http://www.szcjjt.com/Cn/Portal.aspx...&ArticleID=795 so there is still hope for this project
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looking much better
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