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Old July 11th, 2013, 07:22 PM   #2361
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Work set to begin on iconic tower
Shanghai Daily
Jul 11, 2013



SHANGHAI'S landmark meteorological signal tower on the Bund, most recently a cafe with scenic views, is being restored to its original weather station function.

The 50-meter tall tower can still be used to record and deliver weather information and will release weather alerts or emergency warnings after renovations, the Shanghai Meteorological Bureau announced yesterday.

Work will begin within the week and should be finished by September 25.

This will be the second major renovation of the tower in the past 20 years.

Built in 1907, the meteorological signal tower was once the tallest structure on the Bund, and the tallest tower in Far East, providing weather forecasts for navigation.

Signal flags on the tower gave mariners information on whether to go to sea.

With the technological advances, the signal tower was gradually phased out and in 1953 it was handed over to the city river police.

Now new instruments, including an automatic meteorological station, will be installed in the tower.

Its original role helping sailors on the Huangpu River won't be forgotten either.

"Meteorological signal balls will be hung on the tower to give weather warnings, restoring the tower's original function after 60 years," the bureau official said.

The Atanu Cafe, the most recent occupant of the building, has closed as preparations for renovations proceed.

The tower underwent its first major renovation in 1995, when it was moved 22 meters and had its facade restored.
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Old July 15th, 2013, 12:26 AM   #2362
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New project on North Bund (55 Hai Men Road / 海门路55号):

According to Gaoloumi the height of the twin towers will be 240 meters. There is no real source to back that number up, but on the first pic you can see Pujiang IFC (190m / U/C) to the left, which makes the 240m pretty realistic.

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North Bund is really becoming something (White Magnolia Plaza, Pujiang IFC...)
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Old July 15th, 2013, 04:17 AM   #2363
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I have never been North Bund
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Old July 15th, 2013, 05:21 AM   #2364
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You cannot walk directly from the Bund to North Bund (what a pity!). I haven't been there until I met with one of the SSC forumer and walked there by foot!
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You can .. cross the bridge near the new Peninsula Hotel at the northern end of the Bund, then turn right. You will pass by a bunch of boring buildings and a hotel before you emerge by the waterfront. That is the cruise terminal. You can keep walking east until the ferry that crosses the Huangpu.
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yes that how I got there last time. I mean what if they have an uninterrupted riverside trail from the Bund to North Bund (and South Bund) without passing the boring buildings!
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Old July 16th, 2013, 07:55 AM   #2367
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giving the pace of construction of skyscraper in China,they may need nuclear power plant to lit up the city.
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giving the pace of construction of skyscraper in China,they may need nuclear power plant to lit up the city.
There are already a number of operational nuclear reactors in Zhejiang.
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Families move out to make way for Bund redevelopment
Shanghai Daily
Jul 27, 2013

TWELVE households have been relocated from their homes around the Bund, making way for the Bund Financial Zone development, Huangpu District government said yesterday.

These are the first of 885 households in four blocks who will be moved as part of the old town development project of the Bund area, a district information office official said.

The official did not give a timetable for these moves.

Living conditions in the houses - dating from the 1920s - are poor, so most residents are willing to move to new homes in mostly outlying areas of the city, said the official.

Some 85 percent of residents have signed contracts agreeing to move, the official added.

The Bund Origin renovation project, on the southern side of Suzhou Creek where it converges with the Huangpu River, started a decade ago,

Part of the remit is to revive the beauty of classic architecture in the area.

The project also includes office buildings, hotels, commercial and recreational facilities.

As a landmark of the forthcoming stage, Central Mall and nearby buildings on Nanjing Road are being renovated and will reopen to the public as the Bund Center in 2016.

For decades it housed a popular electrical goods market.

"After the renovation, the building will become a shopping mall, home to flagship stores of popular clothes brands," said Zhou Haiying, chairman of the Shanghai Bund Investment (Group) Co Ltd, the government-backed developer of the Bund Financial Zone.

The neo-classical, European-style Central Mall building, which dates from the 1930s, and many of its historic features will be preserved, Zhou said.

Meanwhile, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra is to stage regular performances at the Bund Origin. Yesterday, members played for children from low-income families at Bund Origin No. 1, the former site of the British Consulate.
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Shanghai Hongqiao CBD Office Headquarters Building

By Hong Kong & Hangzhou - based LYCS Architecture / 零壹城市建筑事务所


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Architects: LYCS Architecture
Location: Hongqiao, Shanghai, China
Design Team: Ruan Hao, Gary He, Yuan Zhan, Yan Li, Shanliang Jin, Devin Jernigan
Area: 27,394 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Courtesy of LYCS Architecture


LYCS Architecture has shared drawings and renderings for their Shanghai Hongqiao CBD Office Headquarters Building, which broke ground this month. Situated in a rapidly developing part of western Shanghai and at the center of a transportation hub, the project is scheduled to be completed in 2014.

From LYCS Architecture. The Corporation Office Headquarters building is part of the phase-2 urban development scheme for the new Central Business District in Hongqiao, a rapidly developing piece of western Shanghai. The location of the project puts it at the center of car, train, and jet transportation, and is in fact the last building one sees before entering the busy Hongqiao High-Speed Rail Terminal from the south by bullet train, granting the project a significant urban presence.

The site has several challenging conditions: sandwiched by two city-designated temporary green spaces into an L shape, with a 60% frontage ratio requirement to the east, west and south, and a 24m tall highway overpass running adjacent to its north face, the building must respond to a maximum FAR of 1.60 and a height of 24m.

In dealing with these conditions, the L-shaped site was first filled in to its maximum extents as a perimeter block, then lofted up 4 stories to the building height limit while satisfying the desired program area of 13,000 sqm. The perimeter is then pushed and manipulated to create three exterior-facing spaces and three distinct interior courtyards, defining the spatial structure of the project.

Portions of the ground floor are cut away to allow for an open pedestrian circulation within and through the project, connecting the landscape plots to the north and southeast, the western main entrance, and the central courtyard space of the project. The project is divided into three main office volumes, designated A, B, and C which can function independently or in combination. The three pieces are linked by suspended bridges on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors. Parts of the 5th floor are offices while the rest provide an intertwining rooftop garden space from which one can access views of the landscape and courts below as well as different parts of the building. The unique elevation, composed of free-flowing modular panels, deals with the lighting for interior.

The project seeks to create an office environment as an inspired place, providing a variety of experiences and architectural moments to the users, speaking to the urban condition of multiplicity while harking back to the Chinese garden traditions of sequence, views, compartmental forms and spaces and a sentiment of harmony between architecture and landscape.














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Old July 31st, 2013, 06:31 AM   #2371
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Suzhou Creek Boutique Hotel

By Shanghai-based DAtrans Architecture Office / 德默营造建筑事务所

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Architects: DAtrans Architecture Office
Location: Shanghai, China
Architects: Chen Xudong, Yan Mengfei, Chen Yang, Wen Yifeng
Area: 500 sqm
Year: 2010
Photographs: Geng Tao
Client: Chunming Creative Industry Park, Shanghai
Interior Architects: Ding Yi, Lorenz Helbling, Shi Yong, Zhou Tiehai



From the architect. The small-scale Suzhou Creek Boutique Hotel is situated within Shanghai’s M50 Art District, next to Suzhou Creek and overlooking the railway station. Originally built in 1938 as dormitories for a wool factory, the building now has three functions. The aim of the renovation is to build a tiny boutique hotel with contemporary art characteristics. The first floor will comprise a dining room, the second floor will have an office space and the third floor and top floor will house the guest rooms.

Our design concept is to create a vantage point within the crowded high-density city centre area, making the best possible use of the precious resource of the waterfront view and creating a wide open view of the recreation area. In order to focus on this central concept, we have taken down the original three storey brick wall and timber roof and then reinforce the foundations with a concrete framework structure, lastly, building a new steel structure. The three newly-built storeys have an asymmetric sloping roof and are separated into three units comprising a bedroom and lounge complex, with a shared kitchen and canteen feature for self-catering. These relatively independent hotel units will include interior designs by different contemporary artists, and the continuity of the waterfront platform will link them together from the outside.

To complete the outer appearance of the buildings is an effect of material stratification. The entire facade, the division of the retained sections of the first and second storey will use a brick veneer and the newly-built third and top storeys and the staircase will be painted light-grey. The sun-shades, brick veneer and the paint’s connecting line, roof cornice follows the use of clean-lines and lightweight metal materials make the renovated building into a patchwork reflecting the contemporary city.












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Old July 31st, 2013, 07:02 AM   #2372
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Xuhui Binjian Media City 188S-G-1 Tower and Podium Winning Proposal

By British Architects Aedas


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Location: Shanghai, China
Client: Shanghai Building Materials
Gross Floor Area: 70,000 square meters
Year: 2013
Photographs: Courtesy of Aedas



Aedas recently won the competition to design Xuhui Binjian Media City 188S-G-1 Tower and Podium with their very dynamic and unique shaped proposal. Located in Shanghai, their tower begins with an extruded rectangular plan, and independent from the podium, meets the ground to allow circulation around its base. More images and architects’ description after the break.

The tower will be situated in one of the blocks within a nine-block development in which the world renowned DreamWorks Animation will occupy several sites. Going upward, the west wall is gradually warped to accommodate the subway setback that cuts off the corner of the otherwise square project site; and the north wall is warped to the east to acquire a desired view of DreamWorks sites and other neighboring blocks.

When designing the façade glazing pattern, Aedas was inspired by the three color pixels that a media display panel comprises. By utilizing groups of three glass panels and randomly angling them in one of four directions, the faceted window pattern will reflects the light like a diamond, mimicking the shimmering quality of a media screen. Curtain wall details were then developed to accommodate small differences in glass sizes and the four different aluminum mullion angles to minimize costs and fabrication time.

The podium platform will serve as a large public green space with several delicate glass boxes floating above with retail, restaurant and café programs. Flying above the glass boxes is a large warped surface canopy whose form is intended as a horizontal counterpart to the vertical warped surface of the tower. The canopy will serve functionally as a covered outdoor space for public events and open circulation.

The tower and podium are preliminarily designed to achieve a LEED gold rating.















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K11 Art Mall Shanghai
Huaihai Road, Huangpu District (former Luwan District)


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Architects: Kokaistudios
Location: Shanghai, China
Architect In Charge: Tong Ji Architecture Design Research Institute
Design Team: Andrea Destefanis, Filippo Gabbiani, Pietro Peyron, Li Wei, Carmen Lee, Wang Yun
Area: 14,300 sqm
Photographs: Charlie Xia
Landscape Design: Hassell
Light Consultant: Isometrix
Mep Consultant: AECOM
Facade Consultant: KWP + SEELE




Kokaistudios is proud to announce the opening of the K11 Art Mall on June 28, 2013. Located in the heart of Shanghai’s central shopping street, Huai Hai Lu, this innovative commercial project has re-vitalized the podium levels of the landmark New World Tower, an icon of the 1990’s commercial renaissance of Shanghai. Kokaistudios oversaw both the architecture and the interior design of 35,500 sq.m of commercial space in an ambitious intervention that deeply transformed the building and its relations with the surroundings. This K11 project, embodying its core brand values of “Art, People and Nature” creates new scenarios to the city’s commercial heart. Early this year, the project was awarded“Core and Shell LEED Gold Certification for Existing Buildings” and received the prestigious Asia Pacific Property Awards 2013 in Commercial Renovation/ Redevelopment Category.


The renovation of the podium facades, over 9,100 sqm, conjugates opposite and conflictive needs for conservation and innovation: the respect for Huaihai Road historical heritage and New World Tower’s original designwith the demand for visibility of K11 and its tenants.


The strong visual integration throughout the six floors of the mall is achieved through the opening of an underground double height atrium at the center of the courtyard, accessible from abovethrough a 280 sqm free-form glass skylight. Its unique design required the use of special software for its engineering, geometric control and positioning, during construction, of its custom made mullions whose unique triangular shapes were designed for maximum transparency, with each node uniquely shaped and individually cast.

Access to the building and circulation within it have been radically reconfigured into a seamless imaginative sequence of experiences and places, spiraling around the central outdoor courtyard, a“journey of imagination” where public spaces are interwoven with art display areas, hi-tech features softened and juxtaposed by living elements and natural materials.

The inner courtyard featuring the nine floors’ height waterfall, the tallest outdoor waterfall in Asia, runs in an automatic inductor system where the water consumption is optimized depending on the climactic conditions and also features an extensive areas of over 2,000 sqm of living vertical gardens which collect rainwater that is then re-used in other areas of the project including the buildings cooling systems.

Food and beverage venues located at the third and fourth floor surround an urban farming facility and some of the outlets benefit from direct access to the roof garden, a former parking lot converted to a luxuriant urban oasis. Consistent portions of the glass wall around the inner court can slide open during good weather, transforming the upper floors galleries into outdoor balconies overlooking the central courtyard.

Private art galleries, organized around an event space in basement 3, integrate the permanent collection K11 owns and displays around the mall. The dense program of openings, activities, lectures, design competitions and exhibitions, all fostering people’s active participation, have proven very successful since the project soft opening in February.

Natural light reaches the innermost parts of the mall during daytime through the glass floor of basement 2 atrium. At night, it’s the artificial light from below providing a diffuse glow tothe floors above. This visual integration of all public areas put people at the center, triggering the interplay of seeing and being seen.

The project was awarded the “Core and Shell LEED Gold Certification for Existing Buildings”. Different strategies have informed Kokaistudios design in order to increase energy performance, reduce the “heat island effect” and water usage, improve the quality of the material chosen and the public transport accessibility.

Kokaistudios worked closely with K11 to reach the perfect integration of art appreciation, humanistic experience, naturalness and environmental protection with shopping consumption, creating a brandnew space for urban life and activity, enabling city life in harmony with nature.


































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Chinese Furniture Maker Matsu / 玛祖铭立's Flagship Store

By local architects EXH Design / 印西诃


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Architects: EXH Design
Location: Shanghai, China
Area: 1,800 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Courtesy of EXH Design



From the architect. Matsu flagship store rented a 3 storey space in a high-rise residential in downtown Shanghai, it needs a façade which can isolate the building from noise but invite the sun light; also the facade has to be removed after the expiry of rent; meanwhile the client wishes the building could stand out from the chaotic urban environment — thus we have the idea of »the Furniture store in ginkgo forest »: the sun piercing through the aluminium ginkgo leaves creates an atmosphere of serenity. Ginkgo tree is one of the most valuable and elegant trees, which fits Matsu corporate vision in pursuit of quality. This concept runs through the exterior and interior as a clue: for example the leaves which cut down from the façade are embedded in the cement floor after an acid treatment to create a scene of Fall.

The gingko concept runs through the exterior and interior as a clue: for example the leaves which cut down from the façade are embedded in the cement floor after an acid treatment to create a scene of Fall.

The sunlight through the first layer of façade; Double-layer vacuum glass as noise barrier and thermal insulation.



















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Line 13 will get a big extension
Shanghai Daily
August 5, 2013

Line 13 will eventually extend to Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park in the Pudong New Area, Shanghai Shentong Metro Group said yesterday.

The line already links suburban Jiading to lines 3 and 4 at Jinshajiang Road Station in Putuo District as five stations opened in December 2010. The Metro operator previously said the second phase of Line 13 would connect to lines 2 and 12 at Nanjing Road W. Station by the end of 2014 and feature an additional 13 stations. The stops will include the former World Expo site, Xintiandi Station, Madang Road Station and end at Huaxia Road Station in Pudong. The third phase will link Huaxia Road Station to Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park. Upon completion the entire line will stretch about 30 kilometers.
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SOHO Hailun Square, 海伦广场

Project bidding completed, project final cost: 355.8 mln yuan
Apparently under construction by now, any update on that?

From UNstudio:
The SOHO Hailun plaza is located at the intersection of two metro lines, providing excellent connections to public transport and therefore a
desirable location for office and retail. The general massing of the project consists of a 33 storey high tower and a series of smaller mixed-use
pavilions. Placed as objects in the flow of commuters, the buildings organise outdoor spaces of different scales and provide a platform for a
variety of urban activities. The facade design emphasises the buildings as singular objects. The curved geometry of the buildings, with strong
vertical lines, anchors the buildings within the city. The faceted and colored texture of the facades will provide a changing appearance when
approached from different directions, adding to the dynamics of this Shanghai location.

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Client: SOHOChina, Beijing
Location: Shanghai
Building surface: 112,132 m2 (GFA)
Building volume: 500,550 m3
Building site: 28.103 m2
Programme: 130m office tower and 5 retail-office pavilions
Status: Under construction

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Baraldi, Joerg Lonkwitz, Shuojiong Zhang, Severin Tuerk, Paxton Sheldahl, Tomas Mokry, Nanthan Melenbrink, Caroline Smith, Dan Luo, Yue Zhou,
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LDI: TJAD
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In 2020 what buildings will be the icon of each top 10 Chinese cities.
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Shangai is mad lol.
They will build a canyon of skyscrapers along the river
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