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Old May 8th, 2015, 07:26 AM   #161
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Interessant, vor allem weil man in China immer noch viele 'echte' Altstädte abreisst, um gesichts- und geschichtslose Plattenbauten an deren Stelle zu bauen.
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Wahrlich. In Shanghai wurde dieser unheilvolle Prozess zum Glück weitgehend gestoppt.
Davon wird die Metropole künftig noch sehr zehren können, die Kontraste zwischen Tradition und Moderne sind schon jetzt mit Worten kaum zu beschreiben.

Das wird auch durchs folgende Projekt wieder deutlich:
Diese Waben sehen in den Visus irre aus, bin gespannt wie die in natura wirken.
Generell wären mehr Art-Deco-Anklänge am Bund passend gewesen, aber dieser Retro-Futurismus passt auch ganz gut. Enorme Ausmaße jedenfalls, wird hoffentlich nicht zu monoton!

Shanghai Bund International Financial Centre | 150m x 2 | In Bau

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Work has begun in Shanghai on the Foster + Partners and Thomas Heatherwick-designed Shanghai Bund International Financial Centre, building services consultant Mott
MacDonald confirmed today. The green project is comprised of a hotel, cinema, central plaza and retail mall over 420,000 sq m, with two commercial towers designed to
achieve LEED Gold certification. The complex as a whole has been designed in line with China Green Building Energy Standard credentials.

In order to reach the highest possible levels of sustainability, building services have been largely confined to the basement levels to enable green roof systems to be
integrated into the design. This also allows for increased efficiency in the office spaces. Construction of the north plot is destined for completion in 2014 while the south side
should be fit for use by the end of 2015.

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Old June 2nd, 2015, 09:06 PM   #163
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Es wird fett und schmutzig!

"Singapore Marina Bay Sands" auf chinesisch:

CHONGQING | Chongqing Chaotianmen | 347m x 2 | 246m x 4 | 218m x 2

Investor: CapitaLand Ltd / CapitaMalls Asia Ltd / Singbridge Holdings Pte. Ltd.

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Old June 5th, 2015, 08:51 PM   #164
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Beiendruckend, nur ziemlich unästhetisch.
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Old June 5th, 2015, 11:31 PM   #165
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Old November 11th, 2015, 05:38 PM   #166
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Oha, WTC-Twins in Shanghai:

Shanghai | Front Beach World Trade Center
Front Beach lot 15
Height: 2 x 135m.
Floor count: 2 x 28
Area known as "The New Bund"

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Old December 2nd, 2015, 01:29 AM   #167
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Peking: deutscher Architekt Ole Scheeren baut Kunst- und Auktionshaus

Deutsche Architekten und Büros machen in letzter Zeit auffällig häufig von sich reden, diesmal der Karlsruher Ole Scheeren:

The Great Hall of China - Beijing Guardian Art Center

This article originally appeared in German weekly Die Zeit.
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Source : http://www.dezeen.com/2015/03/09/gua...-house-museum/



Ole Scheeren, a German architect, has won a prestigious contract to build the Guardian Art Center, a futuristic auction house in Beijing.

The lot two blocks away from Beijing’s historic Forbidden City has so far been off limits for architects both Chinese and foreign.

Over the last 15 years, developers have created dozens of designs for the space where Wangfujing Street crosses Wusi Avenue but all were rejected by China’s planning authorities.

That’s set to change now German architect Ole Scheeren is building a futuristic auction house, a hybrid building spanning exhibition halls, restoration studios, restaurants and a hotel. It will be the first auction house designed for the art world’s new global elite.

"Beijing is a monumental city. The buildings shouldn't look too light."

The client is China Guardian, a young private company dealing with Chinese antique art, the fourth-biggest auction house in the world after Christie’s, Sotheby’s and the Chinese government’s Poly Auctions.

The success of Mr. Scheeren’s design is partly thanks to his years of experience working in China. Mr. Scheeren started out designing for Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas and his OMA office in 2004 in China. He led the construction of the headquarters of the state television CCTV with a design for a huge complex composed of two high-rise buildings. Mr Scheeren’s building now houses 10,000 employees working in the CCTV headquarters, which has become a landmark of the new Beijing.

The structure cemented Mr. Scheeren’s reputation but his latest creation is of a new kind of building, almost the antithesis of CCTV. The Guardian Art Center is less an ultramodern, out-size symbol, more a modest building that’s at ease with its surroundings, a historic area of traditional Hutong structures.

Mr. Scheeren is a fan of the low historic houses that are built around courtyards and form narrow alleys. “I moved to China many years ago to work with this culture,” he said. It’s his first chance to work in this context.

At street level, the new Guardian Art Center meshes easily with the Hutong houses around it; the center’s first floors are made up of small, cube-shaped buildings. Above that floats a massive block of glass which is reminiscent of the city’s modern buildings. “Beijing is a monumental city,” Mr. Scheeren said. “The building shouldn’t look too light.”

It also shouldn’t be too ostentatious, Mr. Scheeren felt. In creating the Guardian Art Center’s 120 hotel rooms, the architect mimicked the brick structure of the traditional Hutong, with offset windowpanes and subtle grooves that suggest a simple structure.

The cube-like structures at the base of the building have facades made of a gray stone that’s typical of Beijing, with smaller and larger circular windows in a pattern Mr. Scheeren said relates to a landscape painting called “Dwelling in the Fuchun-mountains,” by Huang Gongwang that’s a masterpiece of historic Chinese art. It’s an important reference for Chen Dongsheng, who founded China Guardian.
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Old January 3rd, 2016, 12:37 PM   #168
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Alle Achtung, kreative Neo-Art-Deco-Interpretation, hat das Zeug zum modernen Klassiker zu avancieren:

Sheraton Jiangyin Hotel - Jiangyin, China (2014 errichtet)





Sheraton Jiangyin Hotel—Miyabi Japanese Restaurant by Sheraton Hotels and Resorts, auf Flickr

Sheraton Jiangyin Hotel—Lobby Lounge by Sheraton Hotels and Resorts, auf Flickr

Sheraton Jiangyin Hotel—Pool by Sheraton Hotels and Resorts, auf Flickr

Sheraton Jiangyin Hotel—Lobby Lounge by Sheraton Hotels and Resorts, auf Flickr

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Old March 13th, 2016, 02:27 PM   #169
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Der Shanghai Tower (632m) ist schon sehr skulptural geworden, die Fassade ist von hervorragender (optischer) Qualität mE.
Für eine Glasfassade wirkt sie sehr organisch, lebendig, gar nicht so kalt.


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einer der geilsten Wolkenkratzer der Welt meiner Meinung nach, einer meiner Top-Favoriten!
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Old March 16th, 2016, 05:04 PM   #171
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Zwar derzeit nur eine Vision, könnte HK aber in abgewandelter Form wieder ordentlich ins Spiel bringen:

Hong Kong | Arcology Skyscraper | 440m

Visionary Supertall Proposal for Hong Kong

http://skyrisecities.com/news/2016/0...bled-hong-kong

A recent visionary proposal from London-based architecture firm Weston Williamson + Partners
is highlighting the importance of cooperative transportation and land development planning.

This conceptual plan for Hong Kong — dubbed Arcology Skyscraper — would see three towers
with heights of up to 440 metres rise adjacent to Victoria Harbour, joined at the base by a sculptural podium,
all set atop a section of the proposed 142-kilometre extension of the
Guangzhou–Shenzhen–Hong Kong Express Rail Link.


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Old April 28th, 2016, 06:45 PM   #172
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Megatall mit 700m für Shenzhen!

Schina klotzt mal wieder voll ran Kinners! Jetzt kommen die Megatall-Godzillas (600m+).
Wann zieht der Westen nach?

SHENZHEN | H700 Shenzhen Tower | 700m | +100 Stockwerke

700-Meter Megatall Skyscraper Proposed for Shenzhen



Chicago-based bKL Architecture has unveiled their concept design proposal for H700 Shenzhen Tower, a new tower and plaza located in Shenzhen, China. Anchoring the gateway between the central business district (CBD) and the surrounding natural context, the tower, rising to approximately 700 meters, becomes a technical expression of the developing region, while the surrounding plaza provides a cultural focal point for the eastern expansion of the city.

The plaza includes retail, civic, and institutional structures, providing the perfect opportunity to become the cultural epicenter within the new development.

The tower’s elegant form is composed of three transforming design components: the shape, the structure, and the sky gardens. All three design components ground the tower in a continuous interaction between people and nature. The tower is bold, technical, and strong, while at the same time refined, natural, and elegant.

At 700 meters, it would be the tallest building in China and the second tallest building in the world if completed today. It would be approximately 100 meters taller than any other building in Shenzhen, which continues to expand rapidly despite signs of an economic slowdown in China.

As one of several cities in China’s Pearl River Delta, Shenzhen is a central element of a growing urban conglomeration centered around the mouth of the river. As the area continues to expand and densify, the need for supertall and megatall skyscrapers is poised to increase.







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Old April 28th, 2016, 07:05 PM   #173
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beim schinees geht immer was. wundert mich aber, dass in honKkong derzeit mal gar nichts geht. klar, liegt einerseits daran, dass die stadt langsam nicht mehr von meinem letzten besuch zehren kann, der nun schon zu lange her ist.
andererseits muss da noch was anderes im argen liegen.
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Old April 28th, 2016, 07:20 PM   #174
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Glaube auch, der Feno-Dünger ist einfach aufgezehrt. Die werden deinetwegen alle zu Junkies. Wahnsinn, was für eine Machtfülle in diesem Forum versammelt ist!

Was sagter denn zum visionären Entwurf in Beitrag #173?
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warum nicht? sieht mir etwas untypisch aus für HK, wo geometrisch sehr einfache grundrisse vorherrschen (was nicht schlecht sein muss), aber die stadt muss sich auch mal weiterentwickeln. baulich wird sie sonst sehr bald überholt werden von den mainland städten.
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Der Shanghai Tower, Chinas längster derzeit (632m):



20160316_Shanghai_026-Edit by Robert Windel, on Flickr



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Bizarre Bazaar. by Guy Bettison, on Flickr
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Beijing Greenland Center

Einer der mE besten 'Boxentürme' der letzten Jahre ist kürzlich fertig geworden:

Peking | Greenland Center | 280m

Architekten: SOM | Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP















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Formal gar nicht mein Ding, aber die vielschichtige Komposition der Fassade mit unterschiedlichen Materialien
und vertrauten Elementen wie Hohlziegeln hat was für sich:

Ningbo Historical Museum, Ningbo, China (2008)
Architekt: Wang Shu






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U-Bahnbau in China:


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Das Projekt der Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau-Brücke aus dem All betrachtet:


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