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Old March 28th, 2014, 11:58 AM   #141
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Der bald 632m hohe Shanghai Tower dominiert bereits die Skyline:
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Old March 31st, 2014, 08:32 PM   #142
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Coruscant alias Shanghai:


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Old June 26th, 2014, 10:13 AM   #143
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Wuhan, Provinz Hubei | Phoenix Towers | 1000m | Fertigstellung 2017/18

Was tust du uns da wieder an, Chinalein?
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At one kilometer (0.6 miles) high, the largest of the two Phoenix Towers planned for Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province in central China, will be the tallest in the world if completed on schedule in 2017/2018.
Phoenix Towers will be an iconic landmark within an ambitious environmental master plan, this is one of four master plans Chetwoods Architects are developing for Hua Yan Group in Wuhan, the capital of central China. Situated on the Yangtze River at the crossroads of nine provinces, the ‘City of 1000 Lakes’, population 10 million, has recently been designated an environmental ‘Super City’ by the regional and central government.


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Old July 1st, 2014, 12:50 PM   #144
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Chinesische Geisterstadt Yujiapu

China baut mal wieder Geisterstädte:

China's Startling Manhattan "Ghost City" Yujiapu


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China Builds Its Own Manhattan -- Except It's a Ghost Town
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kann nicht schlimmer werden als Germantown
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Oder New Ordos, Chinas Dubai-Kopie



Quelle:http://www.spiegel.de/reise/aktuell/...-a-821998.html

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Old July 26th, 2014, 04:32 PM   #148
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China oh du Wunder, du Fortschrittsmotor, du Hochkultur:
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Siehe: SHANGHAI | Dazhongli Project

Und 3km weiter wird dann eine Retortenaltstadt gebaut... Hurra.
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Old July 27th, 2014, 06:09 PM   #149
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man siehts dort auch etwas anders. Der Einzug in eine Retortenstadt ist sozialer aufstieg. Allein schon die Erfahrung ein eigenes Klo mit Azug zu haben anstatt einen Balkenverschlag mit 300 andereren Straßenbewohnern teilen zu müssen ist priceless
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Ja, sicher. Man könnte für einen vergleichbaren Kostenaufwand aber auch die imperialen und chinesischen Altbauten halbwegs vertretbar renovieren (ja, mit chinesischen Löhnen ist vieles möglich). Nur gilt der ohnehin recht rudimentäre Denkmalschutz und bauliches Erbe im Land noch nicht so viel, leider. Hier gehen mitunter die letzten Zeugen einer jahrhundertealten Ära verloren, ganze Ensembles chinesischer und globaler Geschichte.

Chinesische Städte werden so belanglos und (historisch) flach wie ihre Pendants in Südkorea und Japan, mitunter noch schlimmer.
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Old August 4th, 2014, 09:46 AM   #151
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Bambusgerüste am Shanghai Tower... In über 632m Höhe.


http://www.gaoloumi.com/viewthread.p...%3D1&page=2011

Das Türmchen ist nun offiziell "topped out", der Kern hat also seine Endhöhe erreicht.


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Old August 5th, 2014, 09:33 AM   #152
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wirkt irgendwie obszön
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Old March 16th, 2015, 05:44 PM   #153
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Shanghai, damals und "kürzlich":

http://hoosinchina.com/2013/04/17/sh...e-and-culture/

U-Bahnbau in Rio vs. Shanghai:

http://diariodorio.com/metro-rio-1993/
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Old March 16th, 2015, 06:05 PM   #154
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Imposante Vergleiche zum Wachstum von chinesischen (und weiteren) Metropolregionen:
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Screw skylines or even cities, let look at some satellite time lapse of China's major regions. (note: you can pan and zoom into individual cities and see how things change)

The Great Plain
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=1.91

Yangtze River Delta
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=0.73

Yangtze River Valley
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=0.47

Pearl River Delta
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=1.13

Great Yellow River plains
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=2.11

Huai River Plains
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=0.86

GuangZhong Basin
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=0.00

Sichuan Basin
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=0.00

Xiang River Valley
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=0.49

Gan River Valley
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=0.00

Shangdong Peninsula
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=0.57

Songhua River Basin
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=2.85

Northern Behai Rim
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=1.91

Beijing-Tianjin
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=0.46


Compare to other high growth/urbanizing areas I could find

The UAE
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=2.87

Las Vagas
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=0.95

Olando
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=1.14

Bangkok
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=1.39

Southern Malay Peninsula
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=0.00

Southern Nigeria
https://earthengine.google.org/#time...,latLng&t=0.48
Und noch etwas Shanghai-Coruscant zum Nachtisch:
http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7311/9...bac30a9f_o.jpg
http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8330/8...8f7602a2_k.jpg
Puxi: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3492/...4ac7e2d5_b.jpg

Hong Kong: http://daily-photo.net/dailyphoto/wp...2013_12_11.jpg
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Old April 17th, 2015, 09:34 AM   #155
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Neo-Art-Deco & Neo-Kolonialstil in Xiamen, China

Reizvoller neuklassischer Komplex mE, mit einem Mix aus Kolonialstil und Art Deco von Robert A. M. Stern an der Südostküste Chinas:

Heart of Lake | Xiamen (Anfang 2015 vollendet)


















Quelle: http://www.ramsa.com/en/projects-sea...t-of-lake.html

Die einzelnen Bauten und besonders die Türme hätten sich aber gern stärker voneinander unterschieden können. Ein richtiger Landmarkenturm mit Kronen-Abschluss wäre gut gewesen, um dem Quartier ein Gesicht zu geben. War aber sicher vom Investor anders gewollt.
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Old April 18th, 2015, 02:29 PM   #156
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Dürfte für das Folgende ebenso gelten.

Habe kurz versucht mich dagegen zu wehren, doch vergeblich... Irgendwie finde ich diese farbenfrohe Holz-Kolonialarchitektur á la Karibik geil:

Dalian Tiger Beach Fisherman's Wharf - Dalian, China (2010 fertiggestellt)






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We think globally and act locally. We believe buildings should be timeless and inspiring, yet practical for both their owners and occupants.
We believe in responsible urban planning, sustainable communities, quality infrastructure and systems that enhance social accessibility.
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Das hat was von Ostseebäder-Architektur, allerdings auf chinesisch. Sehr reizvoll, finde ich.
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Old May 3rd, 2015, 01:44 PM   #158
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Jup. Braucht eben etwas Zeit zum reifen, patinieren.

Nun hat auch China seinen durchsichtigen Natur-Skywalk á la Grand Canyon:
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Models walk on the transparent horseshoe-shaped cantilever bridge at the Yunyang Longgang Geological Park in Chongqing, as the skywalk opens to public on April 26, 2015. With a total investment of more than 35 million yuan ($5.6 million), the glass bridge is built at an altitude of 1,010 meters, with a vertical drop of 718m directly under the skywalk to the ground. The bridge has a cantilever extending to 26.64 meters, five meters longer than the world famous Grand Canyon Skywalk in Arizona near the Colorado River. [Photo/IC]




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Chinesische Städte werden so belanglos und (historisch) flach wie ihre Pendants in Südkorea und Japan, mitunter noch schlimmer.
Das Problem erledigt sich von ganz allein. In 100 Jahren werden die modernen japanischen/südkoreanischen Betonbunker auch historisch sein (wenn sie dann noch stehen).
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Historisch an sich ungleich ästhetisch, wertvoll oder interessant.

Merkwürdigerweise baut man in China ja auch gern "Neu-Altstädte", die lose an längst untergegangenen oder gar nie vorhandenen historischen Stadtkernen orientiert sind. Das Schöne an den Spielarten klassischer chinesischer Architektur ist dabei, dass es relativ leicht ist, etwas Anmutiges zu erschaffen, das nicht kitschig wirkt.

Das hier ist ein imposantes Beispiel:

"New Old Town" - "Altstadt"-Neubau in Datong, China (einiges sind rekonstruierte Versatzstücke)

Bis 2014 fertiggestellt, insgesamt 3,3 km² Fläche. Während der Bauphase:
http://www.brommel.net/2014/06/daton...-old-city.html


























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