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Old May 5th, 2012, 11:05 PM   #321
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Work begins on Datong Art Museum

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Lemanarc S.A. creates 'gardenised' architecture for hospital in Nanjing

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Old May 10th, 2012, 01:25 PM   #323
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Nice renders. China continues to boom like crazy
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Old May 16th, 2012, 11:45 PM   #324
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Broadway Malyan designs sustainable resort for 'father of hybrid rice' in Baoting County

Global architecture, urbanism and design practice Broadway Malyan has secured a brief to provide a full range of design services for the delivery of a global headquarters, research and development, hospitality and visitor centre in China. The practice’s client, Grand Agriseeds Technology, is a market leader in the super high-yielding hybrid rice seed production methods pioneered by Professor Yuan Longping, the ‘father of hybrid rice’.

The practice will provide masterplanning, architectural and landscape design services for the project, from concept to detailed design and onsite delivery, with the centre set to become a global centre for hybrid rice research, a showcase for sustainable development and an international leisure destination in the Qixianling area of Hainan, China's southernmost province.

Broadway Malyan director Jeremy Salmon said: “This is a very special project because it is driving such an important global agenda. We are able to contribute to this prestigious, multi-faceted project as a result of our practice’s growing reputation in China for the delivery of fully-integrated, sustainable and future-proofed schemes, the unrivalled diversity of our expert designers, their world-class skills, expertise and distinctive client focus.”

Located in Baoting County, north of Sanya on Hainan Island, the ‘Shennong Valley Resort’ will sit in a stunning 35 acre site between the famous 'Qixianling Seven Angels’ mountain ridge and the valley’s terraced rice fields.

The design will maximise views of the ridge and the valleys below for visitors staying in new luxury private villas, large format club house villas and a luxurious five star resort hotel, operated by the Intercontinental Hotel Group and including conference and spa facilities. The scheme will also include a new museum of hybrid rice, showcasing new production technologies, global solutions and the story of rice cultivation in Asia, which in itself is the story of civilisation.

The centre is the brainchild of Grand Agriseeds Technology’s chairman Mr. Huang Peijin. His vision is that the facility will play a strategic role in realising the company’s ambition to be the world’s leading innovator in the field of high-yield hybrid rice and a leader in the crusade to alleviate future world food crises. It will also reflect the company’s commitment to sustainable development, local habitat and integration of innovative green technology. The practice is now developing the concept design, with detailed design work due to commence in the early summer and construction expected to start in early 2013.

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Old May 17th, 2012, 11:55 AM   #325
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Iconic building reaches completion



The Beijing CCTV tower, a building that has been iconic since its conception back in 2002, has officially been completed. The project which has been 10 years in the making saw its official construction completion marked with a ceremony today in Beijing.


The China Central Television Headquarters has become a famous landmark on the Beijing skyline, transforming it with the unique form and changing the way skyscrapers are traditionally perceived. The CCTV tower’s designers, OMA (Rem Koolhaas and Ole Scheeren) began the ambitious project 10 years ago and since then the tower has been critically acclaimed for the innovative design and engineering challenges that were overcome in its construction.


Ole Scheeran, who led the project, has since moved on from OMA however this is still a landmark moment for him and the design team at OMA and gave this statement: “This is a truly special and momentous occasion to witness the final completion ceremony of the new CCTV headquarters which will enliven Beijing’s Central Business District. A decade since the beginning, it is tremendously rewarding to see our collective vision realised in a building that will now start to take its active place in this city and as the home to a global broadcaster.”


The CCTV Tower provides the infrastructure for the entire television production process, using the idea of a single continuous loop of interconnected activities throughout the building, creating a ‘three-dimensional experience of geometric and social continuity.’ Through the implementation of this looped network it will allow for the whole building to run simultaneously in a unified cycle, from start to finish, both architecturally and in terms to production.


There are future plans to open a ‘visitor’s loop’ in the tower, a path that allows the public to flow through the building as a tourist attraction, providing views across the entirety of Beijing and allowing the visitors to experience the production process in television in the building.


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Phoenix Island Resort Project in Sanya, tallest building 200m:




Current status, the tallest one (200m) is yet to be built, the others have completed

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Old May 18th, 2012, 10:36 AM   #327
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How about the bridge connecting to the resort-hotel?
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Old May 18th, 2012, 01:17 PM   #328
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looks like the bridge has completed from the 2nd picture.
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Old May 18th, 2012, 01:38 PM   #329
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looks like the bridge has completed from the 2nd picture.
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Old May 23rd, 2012, 11:53 PM   #330
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Buro Happold and 10 Design beat competitors with Infinity Loop Bridge


A collaborating team of 10 Design and Buro Happold has been named the winner of an international competition for a gateway bridge into southern China’s newest commercial development: Shizimen Business District in Zhuhai. The partnership also took second and third place in the contest for two of four secondary bridges in the region.

The basic design concept centres on a double 8 figure which is a symbol of prosperity in China, and takes the form of a single looping ribbon which rises up in two recognisable forms. The first of this pair of arches reaches 100m in height and wraps across the bridge deck in a diagonal fashion, ‘celebrating not only the crossing of vehicular and pedestrian traffic’ and touching the ground again at the meeting point of the canal and the Pearl River Delta.

Simple shapes are the key to success in this project. The ribbon ties itself around the six-lane highway and appears to cradle the road deck before the loops arch into the sky. Much complex engineering has gone into making this bridge structure seem completely weightless with the elegant threads lending a refined measure to the burgeoning business district.

The design team explains: “The continuity of the loop structure is visible from the opposite mainland shoreline to the west, and appears as a dramatic free-standing infinity loop. Complex coastline conditions created an odd and asymmetric span, however we realised that by tying two simple parabolic arches together in a simple ribbon form we could split the bridge into two simpler spans.”

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Old May 24th, 2012, 12:01 AM   #331
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2DEFINE leads competition-winning entry for 360 degree-facing convention centre in China

This doughnut-shaped convention centre is the winning entry by 2DEFINE Architecture and local firm Dalian Urban Planning & Design Institute; a 360-degree facing complex with no one front or back door to enhance usability and connectivity to its local environment.

Construction of the building is due for completion in 2014 however the first step will be to create a man-made island upon which the centre will sit. It is thought that this 70 sq m facility will be the jewel in the crown of a new harbour development adjacent to a satellite central business district in Yingkou, China, with the man-made island forming a new commercial destination on the coastline.

In total, the Yingkou Convention and Exposition Center will encompass 25,000 sq m of exhibition space, 5,100 sq m of meeting rooms, a 200-seat auditorium and a 900-seat banquet hall. 2DEFINE is planning to achieve this 45m-high commercial building in a sustainable fashion, and Qiao Zhang, partner at the practice, explains that the form will be a ‘significant green development in northern China, and a showcase for business development along the Bohai Sea. This building is planned to achieve a LEED certified rating and become a new symbol for the city, an important and growing export centre’.

The architects have clearly been inspired by the coastal location of the centre as a statement from 2DEFINE describes the building as ‘sea urchin-shaped’. Renderings show an asymmetric, filled-ring shaped form which dips to one side and hosts a glass cube in the centre. When realised, the building will sport a unique rain screen system on its roof that reflects daylight and allows a subtle light show to penetrate outwards when the sun goes down.

Marshall Strabala, founder and lead designer of 2DEFINE Architecture, details: “This type of building, when done right, becomes the heart of a city; a place for weddings, meetings, business and leisure. The trick is to create a building and environs that can be used 365 days a year, whether there is a major conference being held or not. We are planning two large seafood restaurants with harbour views and outside terraces and a 1,200 sq m waterfront promenade.”

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Love the look of Strabala's new Yingkou Convention Center. Very welcoming, great for visitors to see both up close and from a distance, and featuring inviting public spaces. Should be a wonderful addition to the growing skyline in fast-growing Yingkou.

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Old May 24th, 2012, 06:31 AM   #333
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Amazing concepts for Zhuhai and Dalian.

Both structures are very welcoming for tourists who wishes to see these booming mainland Chinese cities.
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Old May 28th, 2012, 02:02 PM   #334
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Bicycle Club in Sanya, Hainan Province by NL Architects, Southern China



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Amsterdam-based NL Architects have been asked to design a Bicycle Club for a large resort in Hainan, China. They have proposed a glass enclosed pavilion capped with a rooftop cycling arena that embodies curves reminiscent of the traditional and functional pagoda. Visitors can rent a bike and join the fun in the open-air velodrome or simply visit the club’s cafe and be entertained while sitting on the large staircases found in the middle of the oval structure.
























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Bio-Lake Reception Center in Wuhan, Hubei Province by Beijing-based Zephyr Architects/这方建筑, Central China





Architect: Zephyr Architects/这方建筑
Location: Wuhan, Hubei, China
Client: Bio-Lake Commission
Gross Floor Area: 3,540 sqm
Design Team: Fu Dong, Zhao Zhonggui, Yang Ching-Chi, Ding Junmei, Yu Tong
Associate Architect: Wuhan Oule
Photographs: Yao Li

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As the central piece of architecture for the Guanggu Bio-lake campus, this reception center houses exhibition space, conference rooms and administration offices. The building sits between a main plaza and central lake. In a comparatively small piece of land, the architecture seeks to have a strong symbolic character. In order to increase the overall impact of the architecture, the mass is treated as a sculpture in shape and texture.
This site is surrounded by buildings with varying viewpoints of the main project. The multi-faceted box produces a façade of ever-changing viewpoints. The overall form and proportions of the building correspond to the program arrangement which includes a central atrium, models and media exhibition room, and ramps and stairs connecting different floors. The basic 6-sided volume is created from the merging and extruding of one small and one large square.
The small square extends the height of the ground floor, emphasizing an upward verticality and allowing the volume to float. In addition to the six main faces, creation of the volume also produces a series of angled faces, located on the roof and cantilevered space. The window openings break up the solid shell and connects interior and exterior space.
Textured beige stone is hung at 16° to follow the façade geometry, continuing the divisions and enveloping the entire volume, making the building more compact and strong. The architectural volume is like a powerful floating multi-faceted box, adapting to the surrounding while creating a dialogue with the water.


































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Old May 29th, 2012, 11:42 AM   #336
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Form BBC



(The image: Yellow River Arts Centre/Yinchuan Art Museum in north west China designed by Beijing-based Architects Anonymous/WAA)




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Asia's wealthy fuel boom in museum construction

By Katie Hunt
BBC News, Hong Kong
28 May 2012 Last updated at 16:37 GMT



Among the new shiny shopping malls and upscale residential high rises that are the most visible hallmarks of Asia's economic boom, museums are springing up.

It's a phenomenon largely driven by a new generation of wealthy collectors keen to show off their riches and fill a gap in a region where the grand, publicly-funded museums common in Western capitals are few and far between.

The trend is particularly visible in China, where a reported 395 museums opened last year as the government's drive to achieve world status embraces culture as well as economic might.

"Asia has a very rich history and heritage so it is only natural that there should be a projection of this," says Kwok Kian Chow, a senior adviser to Singapore's National art Gallery.

Mr Kwok is also helping to set up an art museum that will be part of the 1.8bn yuan ($279m) Yellow River Arts Centre, a privately- funded facility that is scheduled to open in China's north west in 2014.

Vanity projects?

A forum held during the Hong Kong International Art Fair in May attracted more than 40 attendees who sought advice, investigated purchases and exchanged ideas in the hope their museum might become the region's equivalent to London's Tate or New York's Guggenheim.

But the process of opening a museum is fraught with pitfalls and critics say some are little more than vanity projects, with owners giving scant thought to the practicalities of running a museum and the legal, funding and staffing issues that ensue.

"There is a lot of money sloshing about in Asia and a lot of things have been forgotten that need to be remembered," says Philip Dodd, a British curator and former director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, who hosted the forum.

"In this part of the world, building a museum is cheap. It's the other costs and whether they are sustainable over a long period of time."

Openings

Oei Hong Djien, a 73-year-old Indonesian tobacco tycoon, bought his first painting in 1965 and set up a museum 15 years ago almost by accident when he bought a house adjacent to his home as a place to store his collection of Indonesian art.

His OHD Museum in Magelang, Java has since expanded, with a new building that opened earlier this year that displays some of his collection of 2,000 artworks.

"Indonesia has the fourth greatest population in the world and we have a lot of great artists," he says.

"But we don't have a national museum and the government is not showing signs of going in that direction so us private collectors have to take over."

In China, Wang Wei is one of a growing number of wealthy collectors opening their own exhibition space.

The Shanghai-based Long Museum will showcase the collection of contemporary and revolutionary Chinese art she built with her billionaire husband.

Ms Wang expects the museum, named after the Chinese word for dragon, to open later this year but is hazy on many of the details including the management team, budget and admission fees.

Museums falter

Others are in the pipeline, but success is by no means guaranteed.

Xinhua, China's state news agency, reported in March that Shanghai has 16 private museums, most of which have faltered.

The Shihua Art Museum, which displayed a collection of ancient ceramic teapots, was forced to close this year after three years in operation. Zhao Yueting, the owner, had invested two million yuan after a developer promised five years' free rent. The landlord later changed his mind.

"I have been collecting ancient Chinese ceramics for nearly two decades, and some of them could be called national treasures," Mr Zhao told Xinhua. "I hoped more people could enjoy the beauty of these ancient works of art."

In China where commercial and cultural interests often overlap, museums are prized by property developers eager to give their shopping malls and residential developments a high-brow gloss.

Often they are little more than galleries, where the art on the walls is for sale.

"A museum needs a level of intellectuality. It is then it can offer a good service to the community," says Wang Huangsheng, a Chinese critic and curator and a former director of the Guangdong Museum of Art.

Cultural dynasties

Lars Nittve, a founding director of the Tate Modern in London, says the flurry of museum building in Asia is reminiscent of periods in Western history when affluent patrons of the arts built museums that are today feted worldwide.

"There was a need to understand society and culture and how it developed," says Mr Nittve, who is now in charge of a publicly- funded project to develop a contemporary art museum in Hong Kong.

In late 19th century Britain, sugar merchant Henry Tate helped construct a building to house his collection of Victorian art that he donated to the country, a move that ultimately lead to the network of museums that bear his name.

And in the US, powerful business families like the Rockefellers, Gettys and Guggenheims cemented their position as cultural dynasties by funding museums.

The burgeoning of private museums in Asia also appears to be having a positive effect on governments, at least in China, where a large number of public museums are under construction and some provinces and cities offer incentives and tax breaks for those taking the private route.

Passing on

One of the biggest concerns for the private museums owners and directors attending the Hong Kong forum was what would happen to the museums and the artwork once their deep-pocketed founders were gone.

"In China we have a short history with respect to the museum system, this means we are still short of management and other skills to carry on the museums to the next generation," says Mr Wang.

For Li Bing, the owner of Beijing He Jing Yuan Art Museum, this is a big challenge. He said his daughter is not interested in learning about art and museums.

"Her enthusiasm is not like mine," he says. "I need to find someone who can inherit the management."

Mr Oei will hand the running of his museum in Indonesia to his daughter-in-law and is confident that his sons, also successful businessmen, won't as he puts it "sell the artwork for luxury cars".

To sustain it over the long term, however, he says public funding is needed.

Of course, even with the best of intentions many of the institutions being set up today won't last long, but, if a handful are able to replicate the success of the Tate or the Guggenheim, Asia's cultural landscape will be all the richer.

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@little universe: I think this is the first time I see a structure dedicated for bicycles.
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The newest addition to Haikou's Mission Hills tourism complex:


Mission Hills · Huayi Brothers · Feng XiaoGang Movie-Themed Town

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Three major players from China's leisure and entertainment industries came together today to announce a new, ground-breaking film-themed commercial venture - Mission Hills · Huayi Brothers · Feng XiaoGang Movie-Themed Town.



At a press conference in Beijing, the king of the Chinese box office and father of "Chinese New Year Films," Mr. Feng XiaoGang; Chairman and CEO of Mission Hills Group, Dr. Ken Chu; and Chairman & CEO of the Huayi Brothers Media Group Corporation, Mr. Wang Zhongjun launched the 'ultimate movie destination' which will be built at Mission Hills' highly acclaimed resort in Haikou.



This cooperative will see one of the biggest box-office names in China working alongside a pioneer of China's tourism and leisure industry and one of the leading Chinese film studios.



Mission Hills · Huayi Brothers · Feng XiaoGang Movie-Themed Town is destined to be a major entertainment and commercial district. It will be located on a 1,400 acre site at Mission Hills · Haikou. The complex will feature settings from some of Feng's famous movies, including "Temperature So 1942" , "Tangshan Earthquake" , "If You are the One" and series of Lunar New Year movies showcasing the historical revolution in Chinese architecture over the last century.


In addition to having its own movie-theme, each district will feature numerous dining, entertainment, shopping, cinema, cafe, bar and hotel facilities. The combination of iconic movie scenes and 24-hour dining and shopping districts will further establish Mission Hills · Haikou as a leading business, entertainment, cultural and leisure destination in China.



Visitors will be able to enjoy a specially edited 40-minute "Lunar New Year Movie Highlights" by Feng in the cinema; purchase merchandise worn by the movie stars; visit the celebrity photo gallery and wax museum; plan a wedding photo shooting at the movie-themed photo studio; stay in Feng's "If You are the One" boutique hotel; or dine in "A World Without Thieves" train-carriage restaurant.



Additionally the project will see the construction of five or six professional movie studios with supporting filming facilities. With the benefit of its tropical climate, the developers believe Hainan Island can be a major destination for TV and film makers in China and aboard.


The construction of this USD 158 Million project will begin in October 2012 with a Grand Opening scheduled for the 2014 Lunar New Year.


Mission Hills · Haikou has 10 golf courses carved through lava rock fields, Asia's largest volcanic mineral springs reserve, first-class spa facilities that recently awarded the "Best Luxury Mineral Spring Spa" by World Luxury Spa Awards 2012, together with a world-class luxury resort, premium clubhouse, restaurants and exquisitely-designed residences and commercial facilities.


In addition to this new venture with Huayi Brothers and FengXiaogang, Mission Hills recently announced a number of other projects for its Haikou resort. They include a low-carbon footprint town center established by Mission Hills in partnership with Lan Kwai Fong, featuring lifestyle, shopping, entertainment, dining and cultural elements; and a partnership with Marriott International to build new Ritz-Carlton and Renaissance hotels.


The combination of these developments and staging international golf tournaments including the World Cup of Golf, the World Ladies Championship and the World Celebrity Pro-Am will reaffirm Mission Hills·



Haikou's position as one of the most sought-after leisure and tourist destinations in the world.

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In its June 6th edition, ArchDaily unveiled several new architectural images of the impressive Yingkou Convention and Exposition Center, designed by 2DEFINE Architecture. (also see earlier posts 331-333 above about the Center)

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Yingkou Convention and Exposition Center, Yingkou, China by Marshall Strabala, on Flickr

(Courtesy of Marshall Strabala, Photo: © All Rights Reserved, 2DEFINE Architecture, via Flickr.com, http://www.flickr.com/photos/archite...gn/7163170967/)


Read the ArchDaily story and see 24 great images of the planned US$68 million facility to be completed in Yingkou, China by 2014, at:
http://www.archdaily.com/240240/ying...-architecture/

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amazing sanya projects and the new resorts and hotels ?
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