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Old February 25th, 2005, 11:09 PM   #1
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A group of Chinese development projects

Here are some development projects from China.

Ziwei Mall
Xi'an - China

Design Completion: 2003
Building Area :
- Total, 5 000,000m2
- Retail, 3 000,000m2
- Residential, 2 000,000m2
Architect: Aedas Architects

This large project combines three fundamentally different retail experiences into an overall master plan complimented by a residential population. The retail components are: Home store and furniture market, “Standard” retail shopping mall with entertainment/ food and beverage, and an exterior shopping street. The project also has a mid-sized exhibition area with supporting hotel and business center.

The site is located at the intersection of two large city arteries. The positioning of the retail focuses out toward this corner to try and maximize visibility and frontage for the retailers. Equally important to the success of this project was for the different retailing components ability to leverage the audience from the complimenting retail. The shopping street becomes this “glue” which ties the project together with flow being continuous and uninterrupted throughout the site. Intermixed with this is a contemporary notion of mixed use residential dwellings which help this development achieve a 24 hour, 365 day year cycle which provides a mutually beneficial relationship to both retailer and resident.







Luo Xi architectural competition
Da Shi Zhen - Guangzhou

Project : Luo Xi Residential Development
Location : Guangzhou, PRC
Site Area : 32,090.4m2
Design Completion : 2003
Project Type : Master Plan


Luo Xi residential development occupies a 32,090.4m2 site area adjacent to the work of the Olympic Garden at Da Shi Zhen, Pauyu in Guangzhou. The site possess from potential to become a superior outdoor environment with high quality interior and exterior design which will become a symbol of a coastal luxury residential area in Luo Xi.

Consolidating the characteristics and requirement of the project, the design aimed at developing the Luo Xi with a perfectly planned and wall equipped high-class and low density residential area. Targeted at attracting the relatively high income group who demand good quality and inspiration of life, this “water front lifestyle” exquisite living area emphasize in the harmony between man and nature. The development seeks to penetrate an elegant, and romantic riverside living community.





International Cruise City
Xiamen - China

Aedas Architects won the architectural competition of a International Cruise City in Xiamen. The 43 hectar site area will contain a 17 400sqm cruise terminal, a sivic center, several residential and office buildings and a large area with parks. The construction is to start in 2005.









Hilton Hotel
Xiamen - Gulangyu Island

Client : Xiamen Vast-Art Industries Co., Ltd.
Project : Hilton Hotel
Location : Xiamen, PRC
GFA : 43,793m2
Site Area : 3,369m2
Completion Year : 2005


Xiamen Hilton Hotel is located on 3368m2 site along Lujiang Road facing Gulangyu Island (a popular tourist point in Southern China).

This Five Star Hotel of 460 rooms will become a landmark hotel in the city.



Zhujiang Xincheng
Guangzhou - China

Client : Guangzhou R&F Properties Co., Ltd.
Project : Zhujiang Xincheng Commercial Dev.
Location : Guangzhou, PRC Central, Hong Kong
Total GFA : 121,755m2
Site Area : 8,117m2
Completion Year : 2005


Guangzhou’s Zhujiang Xincheng was reclaimed in the 90’s destined to be the new central CBD in the city.

Aedas has been commissioned to create a 200m super high rise located on a prime lot, amongst an area that includes super-high rises up to 350m tall. Closely situated to the Pearl River, it will be a major icon in Guangzhou.

The Design concept takes reference from China’s historical jade vase. The form, basically square in shape signifies formality and elegance. It also maximizes building efficiency and flexibility. The owner reserved the top of the building as their headquarter. This portion is also where more articulation will take place and reflects the iconic character of the building both in the day and night time.


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Old February 25th, 2005, 11:12 PM   #2
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Qingdao Resort
Qingdao - China

Designed as an entertainment and recreational destination, Qingdao Shilaoren Tourism Resort will provide a diverse range of activities. The beach/boardwalk, retail arcade, yacht club and indoor water park provide family-oriented recreational and leisure attractions, while the themed waterfront restaurants and nightlife center address the needs of the adult user. The aquarium and ocean science center offer cultural and educational venues for residents and school children, as well as tourists.





Jilin Riverside Homes
Jilin - China

The planned site area of Jilin Riverside Homes is 350,000 square metres, with a total floor space of approximately 400,000 square metres.



Marriott Hotel
Ningbo - China

The building project is part of the redevelopment of the western embankment of the Yuyao River running through the city centre of Ningbo.
The 150 m high tower block with a gross floor area of 73,000 m² protrudes the Ningbo skyline and becomes the new landmark of the striving economic region located south of Shanghai.

The concept for the building on Heyi Road generates its form from two curved elements, which are connected in their centre, thereby generating the shape of an X. The central axis of the building is positioned at right angles to the river embankment, thus stating its relationship to the river. The glazed centre accommodates the tower core with the serving functions. A two-storeyed recess defines the upper part of the tower. The building accommodates a five-star Marriott Hotel with more than 325 rooms, ranging from the generous King Room to the Presidential Suites. Office areas and commercial facilities are planned along the embankment promenade. The new design of the landscape park forms part of the planning.

The completion of the tower block is scheduled for mid 2007.



Nanjing Jinling Hotel
Nanjing - China

Invited by Nanjing Jinling Hotel Group Co., Ltd., Atkins participates in the bidding for conceptual design of Jinling Hotel Expansion Master Plan. Jinling Hotel is located in Xinjiekou downtown area, the central area of Nanjing CBD, enjoying booming commerce and convenient transport. Founded in late seventies of the twentieth century, Jinling Hotel is a five-star hotel that enjoys high reputation home and abroad. With the continuous development of society, the hotel needs to further upgrade its functional facilities, hence such an expansion plan.

The land for expansion, neighboring the north side of Jinling Hotel, covers an area of 18, 800 square meters and a building area of 187, 000 square meters. It includes super-luxury hotel, all-suite hotel, serviced apartment, office building, three-star hotel, service center, and other related functions. The expansion building and Jinling Hotel will complement each other to create a symbolic building cluster-Jinling Center. Surely, it will become the future focus of Nanjing CBD and establish the Jinling brand name.







Jin-Ji Lake Hotel
Suzhou - China

Jin-Ji Lake lies between the first and the second phase development area of Suzhou Industrial Park. It covers an area of 7.36 square kilometers, and at international level, it is regarded the largest lake park in China. Jin-Ji Lake Hotel project will cover an area of 58 hectares. The hotel will lie in the Wanghu Corner, one of the eight major scenic areas. The hotel faces due north towards Jin-Ji Lake, while being surrounded by water except on its south side. With such a unique geographic advantage, the hotel should be an ideal resort for business convention and holiday destination.
The Master Plan accommodates multi-functions.



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Old February 25th, 2005, 11:17 PM   #3
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Shiziyang Healthcare Garden
Nansha Island - China

The site is located in Nansha Island, at the southern end of the Pearl River Delta. PTW won the international competition for the masterplan of the site. It is a large ambitious project, sited in a beautiful valley with magnificent views of the delta, unspoiled and with unlimited potential.

The brief calls for many different components to be designed and integrated with each other. These components include: a large club with 120/125 rooms of luxurious accommodation, a variety of residential units (permanent and temporary accommodation), kindergarten and primary school, prestigious villas, institute for research in traditional Chinese medicine, theme park, animal farm, Chinese herb garden, retail and restaurants.





Guangdong Museum
Guangdong - China

International Competition 2004 (1 st Prize Award)

The site for Guangdong Museum (new) is located to the south of Guangzhou's new city centre - the Zhujiang New Town, adjacent to the Pearl River. The site area is around 41,000m2 while the total floor area required by the building is about 60,000m2, among which no more than 45,000m2 are above ground. The museum is comprised of 4 different exhibition halls including temporary exhibition, historical, natural history and art, with additional facilities, such as research area, office area and visitors service facilities. A competition was conducted at the end of 2003. Nine international practices including Peter Eisenman, Coop Himmelblau, UN Studio, Hans Hollein & Eric O Moss were invited. The winning scheme by Rocco Design was announced on May 2004.





TEDA Promenades Residential Towers
Tianjin - China

Status: Under Development
Apartments: 3 200 units
Architect: GDS Architects


Located on the Northwest sector of the TEDA Promenades Development, the project is a luxury residential development consisting of hi-rise apartment, low-rise apartment, and multiple amenities for residents and visitors.





















TEDA Gateway monuments
Tanjin - China

Status: Under development
Architects: GDS Architects


The TEDA Gateway project serves as an iconographic monument announces entry into the TEDA development. Situated along a busy four-way intersection, visibility from all directions becoms paramount.


















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Old February 26th, 2005, 01:11 AM   #4
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OMG!!!! These projects gorgeous!
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Old February 26th, 2005, 01:23 AM   #5
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Old February 26th, 2005, 04:59 AM   #6
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These projects are absolutly amazing!!!!!
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Old February 26th, 2005, 06:26 AM   #8
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Old February 26th, 2005, 06:51 AM   #9
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Amazing! Projects in China are endless it keeps coming!
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Old February 26th, 2005, 10:54 AM   #12
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Old February 26th, 2005, 03:16 PM   #13
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Wow. espectacular projects. especially that "x" shaped building just awesome!
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楼主!我怎么从来没看过这些东西啊`````````原来我们国家这么漂亮哟`````````````hehe`````````so cool`````````````
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The size and scale of new developments in China are truly amazing. Of course it's a big country. What is the effect of the tighter credit for these projects, will they be able to find their financing?
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There are some amazing projects coming up in china and it is not only beijing and shanhai but many places getting wonderfull new buildings.

I Like the Guangdong Museum and Luo Xi Residential the best of this list.

Is there a special portal on chinese developments or are there not enough updaters from china on the forum ??
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Beautiful ! projects. Just great.
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