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Old January 9th, 2008, 11:07 AM   #1
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Proyectos de rascas de 300m+, excluyendo cancelados, visionarios, etc. y también sin torres de telecomunicaciones.



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Foto-índice de proyectos en marcha en China tal y como lo he puesto en el internacional (perdón por el inglés). He excluido los de Taiwán porque estoy harto de trolls.







** INDEX OF DEVELOPING PROJECTS **



TIANJIN | China 117 Tower (Under construction): 570m, 117 floors. Not much is known about this recently approved supertall located at Huayuan Industry Park. The project is being developed by Matsunichi Hi-Tech (Hong Kong) and the groundbreaking ceremony took place on December 12 2007. Thread



SHANGHAI | Shanghai Center (Proposed): 550m+, 120+ floors. Located at Lujiazui’s Z-32 plot, the wait for the final version of this project is taking ages. Every proposal is believed to be above 500m and the contestants include KPF, Foster, SOM and RTKL among others. Thread



TIANJIN | Nanjing Lu Supertall (Concept proposal): 550m+, 130 floors. Formely a 430m twin tower proposal, this concept project was changed for a single tower of 130 floors. The model, as displayed at the exhibition center,shows the future tallest landmark of Tianjin CBD Thread



SHENZHEN | Ping An International Finance Center (Proposed): 508m~, 100+ floors. This project is located at the plot B116-0040 in Shenzhen CBD. Developed by Ping An Securities (China’s second largest insurance company), the design will be chosen from a list of contestants including KPF, SOM and Nkken Sekkei. Thread



BEIJING | Fanhai International Twin Towers (Proposed): 2x505m, 100+ floors. Recently released, this proposal would be placed in Chaoyang CBD. No further info about it by the moment. Thread



XIAMEN | Dynasty 123 (Concept proposal): 500m+, 123 floors. There’s almost no info available about this concept proposal released by Dynasty Properties in Xinglin area.



WUHAN | Wangjiadun Supertalls (Concept proposal): 14x300-500m,. As far as 14 supertalls are scheduled to be built within 2020 at Wangjiadun CBD, Wuhan’s largest skyscraper area. The available material is very conceptual and likely to be very different from the final results.



CHONGQING | Jiangbei CBD Supertalls (Concept proposal): 1x500m, 1x380m, 1x360m. The second core of Chongqing CBD has seen a recent increase about the maximum heights for its landmark projects, located respectively at plots A13, A07 and A11. Formerly, Jiangbei highest were planned to reach 300m, 350m and 240m, the plan has just been changed. Vantone Group is said to be developing the tallest project.



SHANGHAI | Shanghai World Financial Center (Under construction): 492m, 101 floors. Developed by Mori Corporation and designed by KPF, the SWFC had to wait for 6 long years before being finally restarted in 2003. After finished, it’ll become world’s highest completed skyscraper by roof. Thread



HONG KONG | International Commerce Center (Under construction): 484m, 118 floors. The ICC is the highest tower within the large multi tower complex known as Union Square, located at West Kowloon. It is being developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties and built by KPF. Thread



NINGBO | Ningbo Twin Towers (Concept proposal): 2x480m, 100+ floors.This oversized proposal in charge of Hassell and Hyder studio has very few chances. A reduced version has been reported to be under study.



NANJING | Greenland Square Zifeng (Under construction): 450m, 88 floors. Designed by SOM, this tower is located at the CBD of Nanjing. The final height and no. of floors remains unclear. Thread



SHENZHEN | Kingkey Finance Center Plaza (Under construction): 439m, 97 floors. This silver tower designed by Terryl Farrell architects has just been started in Luohu district. Thread



GUANGZHOU | Zhujiang New City Twin Towers (Under construction): 2x438m, 104 floors. The main landmark of Pearl River New City, these twins designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects are the result of a contest with several proposals ranging from 350 to 600m+. Unconfirmed rumour claims that East Tower shall be revised upwards, probably above 500m. Thread



NANJING | Jinling Fuguang (Approved): 430m, 81 floors. Formerly a 508m, 108 floors proposal, this project was considered as a mere vision concept without real chances. However, it was re launched with a more modest height in mid 2007 and it is supposed to be approved. Thread



SUZHOU | The Wharf Supertower (Approved): 420m, 100 floors. This landmark project developed by The Wharf Holdings will be located at the core of Suzhou Jinji Lake new CBD. The tower is being designed by KPF.



SHENYANG | Shenyang International Finance Center (Approved): 420m, 89 floors. Designed by Aedas and developed by Henderson Land,, this long awaited project shall be started as soon as the plot is cleared. It is located at North Railway Station CBD. Thread



TIANJIN | R&F Morgan Building (Proposed): 415m. There is almost no info by the moment about this project developed by R&F Properties in Xiangluowan CBD of Binhai New Area. Thread



SHENZHEN | Shenzhen International Trade Center (Approved): 400m, 88 floors. This project has been recently relaunched from the dead proposal of Greater China Twin Towers, but not much is known about it by the moment. Supposed to be approved. Thread



TIANJIN | Eastern New Century Square (Proposed): 400m+, 80+ floors. Old proposal, almost no info about it. Very few chances.



CHANGSHA | Changsha Twin Towers (Concept proposal): 2x400m, 80 floors. Landmark towers proposed for Changhsa’s coming CBD. Long term plan.



SHENYANG | Dragon Dream Pacific Center (Proposed): 2x400m. This is one of the largest single project plans being developed in China Mainland. This monster complex of 5.6m sq m will host as far as 15 buildings above 200m, being the two tallest planned to be 400m tall. Early announcements promised 4x400m supertalls, but the height was reduced at the expense of shorter towers. The last official news confirm two skyscrapers of 400m, but it is believed that the final version will make them little shorter. The project is being developed by Changfeng Group. Thread



SHENZHEN | Feng Long Center (Proposed): 400m~, 80~ floors. Proposed in Futian district, there’re no news about this supertall for more than one yar.



CHONGQING | Jialing Fanying (Under construction): 398m, 98 floors. Designed by SOM, this is Chongqing's tallest skyscraper approved by the moment. The tower is the main piece of Chongqing Tiandi masterplan, located at Hualongqiao district. The developer Shui On Land announced in September 2007 that the tower would be above 100 floors, so the design might be changed. The main tower is supposed to have been started after clearing the construction area. Thread



CHONGQING | Marriott Center (Under construction): 398m, 80 floors. Formerly known as Wanmao Center, this project is the highest approved in Jiefangbei CBD. It also registers a record in height modifications, 168m to 276m, 298m, 335m, 339m, 330m, 320m, 357m, 375m, 377m and finally 398m. Construction works, still around 8 floors, have been on hold for a year due to the last height increases and needed reconfiguration and it is expected that they'll resume them soon. Thread



SHENYANG | Richgate City (Under construction): 1x398m, 3x320m+. Not many details have been released about this large project composed by 4 supertalls and developed by Shenyang Huarui Century Group. Located at North Railway Station CBD, the hole for the monster development is being dug already. Thread



CHONGQING | Jiangbei Yingli Tower (Approved): 385m, 81 floors. Yingli Properties' tallest project was launched in October 2007 and will be built in Jiangbei district. The official name for the new landmark hasn't been published by the moment. Thread



SHENYANG | Oriental International Plaza (Proposed): 2x380m. Proposal for Heping district, still no images.



TIANJIN | Yan Zhao Building (Proposed): 378m, 100 floors. Old proposal for Binhai New Area recently re launched. Design expected to be changed. Thread



SHENYANG | Sun Rise IBT (Concept proposal): 377m, 77 floors Developed by Sun Rise Group (ROK),the fourth stage for this large development is scheduled to be started in late 2008. The design is still very conceptual.



DALIAN | Dalian Eton Center (Under construction): 376m, 80 floors. This is the highest building of a complex composed by another four skyscrapers, one of 279m and 60 floors and three of 45 floors. The project is being developed by Eton Holdings and designed by NBBJ architects. Thread



GUANGZHOU | The Pinnacle (Under construction): 360m, 60 floors. Recently launched, the final height of this project remains unclear and there is not much info about it by the moment. Construction works have just started. Thread



NANJING | International Finance Center (Approved): 357m, 82 floors. The second phase of Nanjing IFC has been delayed for unclear reasons and it is expected to be finally started within 2008. The final height remains unknown too as the design has been slightly revised for several times. Thread



TIANJIN | Tianjin TEDA Towers (Approved): 356m, 80 floors. Planned in Binhai New Area, this weird design by Atkins is the result of a competition for a landmark design to be located in Tianjin new economic area. SOM, Portman, SBA an Nikken Sekkei are among the rejected proposals. Thread



WUXI | North Station CBD Twin Towers (Concept proposal): 2x350m+, 89 floors Official announcements claimed that there are two 89 floor towers planned at this financial district. However, the first available renders show a more modest design around 68 floors for these twins.



SHANGHAI | Xujiahui Center (Proposed): 350m+, 80~floors. Very old project re launched for several times. Formerly a 459m proposal by John Portman, it has been reduced once and again, and last announcements claim that the final design could be just 340m tall. Among the latest known proposals are SOM and Foster, and their designs are all 350-400m tall. Thread



CHONGQING | Hongyadong Phase 2 (Proposed): 350m+, 68 floors. The second phase of this traditional style commercial development will include a boxy supertall with a large spire. Not much info about it by the moment. Thread



WENZHOU | Lucheng Plaza – Landmark Tower (Under construction): 350m, 71 floors. This supertall designed by SOM has just been started . Thread



WUXI | The Wharf Times Square (Under construction): 339m, 83 floors. Developed by The Wharf, this skyscraper designed by SOM will be the first was started in late 2007. A second tower might be built in the future. Thread



TIANJIN | Jin Tower (Under construction): 337m, 76 floors. This design by SOM was started in mid 2007 in Hahie area. Thread



TIANJIN | Sino-Steel Tower (Under construction): 333m, 80 floors. This supertall designed by MAD Beijing based studio is located at Xiangluowan CBD in Binhai New Area. Construction has just started. Thread



BEIJING | China World Trade Center III (Under construction): 333m, 74 floors. Built in the core of Chaoyang CBD, this tower designed by SOM is scheduled to be finished in time by Beijing Olympics. Slight changes in the final design make the height unclear to know as different figures are published by each source ranging from 303 to 333m. Thread



CHONGQING | Global Financial Building (Proposed): 331m+, 74 floors. Another of the supertalls packed at Jiefangbei core, this project has changed once and again not only its design, whose first versions were well below 300m, but also the name. From Lifan Edifice to Fortune Center, Chongqing World Financial Center and current Global Finance Center. The final design hasn't been launched. Thread



WUHAN | Minsheng Bank Building (Under construction): 333m, 74 floors. Practically finished, the completion of this building is taking ages for unknown reasons as it was topped out several years ago- Thread



CHONGQING | Century Star Plaza (Under construction): 2x330m+, 86 floors. Chongqing's largest project by far, developed by ASE and located also in Jiefangbei. This crazy development composed by two main towers (office and hotel) and four residentials has changed many times and the last design hasn't been chosen by the moment. The first version was composed by one tower around 80 floors and two around 40, called City Crown of Chongqing. Then, the project was relaunched as 6 towers, 79, 75, 68, 62, 58 and 55 floors respectively, being the tallest 300m high. In early 2007, the two main towers were announced to become 86 floor twins. Finally, in mid 2007, some renders were launched about the final proposals, which showed crazy designs, some of them as tall as 90 floors. The outcome is still an enigma. The huge podium hosting a shopping center is under construction. Thread



CHONGQING | Jiefangbei Yingli Tower (Approved): 330m+, 76 floors. After two years of countless design changes, this tower located at the Jiefagbei CBD core is expected to be started soon. The final version remains unknown. Thread



SHENYANG | Hang Lung Plaza Twin Towers (Under construction): 2x330m~, 70~ floors. These twins by KPF will be located at Shenhe district and foundation works have started already. The Developer is Hang Lung Properties and the final heights, still unknown, are rumoured to be 388m and 358m. Thread



WUXI | Farmers’ Apartments (Approved): 328m, 74 floors. This residential supertall will be built in the model rural town of Hexi, within the limits of Wuxi city. Thread



WENZHOU | Wenzhou World Trade Center (Under construction): 323m, 72 floors. This RTKL’s supertall started rising in early 2007 showing a quick progress since then and shall be topped out in late 2008.Thread



YANTAI | Yantai Shimao No.1 The Harbour (Under construction): 323m, 57 floors. Project developed by Shimao Group started in late 2007. It is composed by 4 towers above 50 floors.Thread



SHENYANG | Shenyang Eton Center (Proposed): 2x320m+, 70+ floors. This new project will be developed by Eton Holdings and built next to Hang Lung twins in Shenhe district. The architect is NBBJ. Tiny images posted at the developer’s website show one or two supertalls depending on the proposal.



HANGZHOU | Qianjiang Twin Towers (Concept proposal): 2x320m, 75 floors.Concept renders for Qianjiang CBD show this twin project and it has been rumoured that the final version might be launched in early 2008, probably around 350m.



GUANGZHOU | Pearl River Tower (Under construction): 309m, 71 floors. This revolutionary masterpiece by SOM is supposed to be under construction, but almost no progress has taken place. Thread



NANNING | World Trade Commerce City (Proposed): 308m, 77 floors. This is an old proposal with rather few chances to be re launched despite of rumours.



CHONGQING | Yuzhou Hotel (Approved): 308m, 76 floors. Another of the long awaited supertalls in Jefangbei, Yuzhou Hotel rebuilt was expected to reach just around 200m at first, but the project was revised once and again to reach 300m. Final design probably unreleased. Thread



HONG KONG | One Island East Center (Under construction): 308m, 69 floors. Quarry Bay’s tallest project, this supertall developed by Swire Pacific and designed by Wong & Ouyang Architects will be completed in 2008. Thread



CHONGQING | Park Place (Proposed): 2x305m, 70~ floors.Located in Jiangbei New City CBD, this proposal might be drastically cut due to height limits. According to the these limits, the final project might be just three towers of 250m, 150m and 124m.



GUANGZHOU | Park Hyatt Guangzhou (Under construction): 305m, 65 floors. This mixed house supertall was started in late 2007 in Zhujiang New City CBD. Design by Goettsch Partners. Thread



SHANGHAI | Rui’an Center (Concept proposal): 305m, 58 floors. The last phase of Taipingqiao Redevelopment, run by Shui On Land, includes a supertall, whose client would be Rui’an Group. Still no formal designs.



GUANGZHOU | Leatop Plaza (Under construction): 302m, 60 floors. This tower is supposed to have been started, the architect is Murphy/Jahn Studio, whose proposal was chosen from a contest involving several studios. Thread



TIANJIN | Binhai Twin Towers (Approved): 300m+, 70+ floors. This project by Perkins Eastman is approved to be built at Xiangluowan CBD in a long term. Final height is expected to be far above 300m.



SHENYANG | Shenyang New World International Convention and Exhibition Center (Proposed): 300m+, 70+ floors. Nothing is new about this recently launched project composed by several towers but the possibility of a supertall around 70-80 floors within it.



FOSHAN | R&F Project (Approved): 300m+, 80 floors. There aren’t available images of the supertall project being developer by R&F Properties in Foshan.



CHONGQING | Chongqing Moi City (Proposed): 300m+, 79 floors. Moi developer's first project in town, it was early announced as an average 200m+ project, but last the design confirms another huge skyscraper which might be even above 350m due to the spire. Projected in Jiangbei district. Thread



YANTAI | World Wine City (Proposed): 300m+, 77 floors This project has been released in late 2007 and there isn’t almost any info about it by the moment.



CHANGZHOU | Changzhou Supertall (Proposed): 300m+, 70 floors There isn’t much information out by the moment about this project..



YIWU | Yiwu World Trade Center (Proposed): 300m+, 70~ floors This building will be the main landmark of the financial district proposed for Yiwu city.



SHENZHEN | East Pacific Center (Approved): 300m+, 70~ floors. This supertall project developed by Excellence group is still under design.



CHONGQING | Danzishi Supertall (Approved): 300m+. Danzishi is expected to host the third phase of Chongqing CBD after Jiefangbei and Jiangbei New City. The concept renders show a supertall project there.



TIANJIN | Tianjin International Trade Center (On hold) 300m, 80 floors. This tower located at the CBD of Tianjin has been on hold for several years. Construction works have been announced to be resumed for several times, but no progress has been made by the moment.



SHENZHEN | Nikko Tower (Approved): 301m, 62 floors. After being dead for years, this project at T106-0028 plot of Nanshan Central District has been relaunched. The name of the project is likely to be changed. Thread



SHENYANG | Wulihe City (Under construction): 2x300m. This large development by Shimao Group composed by a many residential and office towers is located at Wuilihe District and will be built in several phases. The main body is a 300m twin tower project whose final height remains unclear. Thread



CHANGCHUN | Changchun Shimao City (Concept proposal): 2x300m. There is no clear information about his project by the moment. Shimao Group announced that two 300m towers will be built in this new development.



CHONGQING | Triumph Tower (Proposed): 300m~, 75 floors. One of the most unknown projects in Jiefangbei, located next to Century Star Plaza project. Possible supertall.



TIANJIN | Xiao Bai Lou Union Plaza (Approved): 300m~, 73 floors. This project by RSP architects shall be started soon in Xiaobailou CBD, final height unknown.



WUXI | Jinkui Plaza (Proposed): 300m~, 70 floors There’re several proposals for this coming project.



SHENZHEN | Yantian Center (Concept proposal): 300m~, 70 floors. Concept proposal for Shenzhen, no further info about it by the moment.



TIANJIN | South Station CBD Towers (Concept proposal): 4x300m~, 70~ floors. This project is still very conceptual, four towers around 70 floors are expected to be built.



SUZHOU | Suzhou Twin Towers (Concept proposal): 300m~, 68 floors. Twin tower project exposed in the concept models of Suzhou new CBD.



CHONGQING | Nanbin Supertall (Concept proposal): 300m~, 70~ floors. The concept models of the skycraper core at Nanbin area shows they're planning a major project there. The only two known proposals show a tower around 300m and a twin project around 280m, 67 floors.



WUHAN | Gezhouba International Plaza (Proposed): 300m~, 69 floors There is very little information out about this project by the moment. It is being designed by a local firm.



QINHUANGDAO | Qinhuangdao CBD Supertall (Concept proposal): 300m~, 68 floors. This is the landmark tower of the financial district planned for this city.



CHONGQING | Huangedu Tower (Proposed): 300m~, 68 floors Huge project proposed for Nanbin area, possible supertall.



SHENZHEN | Excellence Century Plaza (Under construction): 2x300m~ . This is a large project being developed by Excellence Group. The final height has been the object of speculation, and it is expected that at least one of the towers will be taller than 300m. Thread



HANGZHOU | Xiaoshan CBD Supertall (Concept proposal): 300m~ . According to the conceptual models of Xiaoshan CBD, there is a supertall planned in this aera.



CHONGQING | Jiefangbei Vantone Project (Proposed): 300m~ . Vantone Group is known to be planning a project around 300m in Jiefangbei district.



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Un nuevo Pekín asoma entre la bruma

Una docena de grandes edificios futuristas, coloca a la capital china en un lugar destacado de la arquitectura contemporánea

El nuevo Pekín asoma entre las contaminadas brumas del amanecer urbano. Las dos torres de la sorprendente sede de la Televisión Estatal de China (CCTV) han sido unidas, y avisan de que para el verano, la ciudad de 15,5 millones habrá realizado el proyecto de construcciones más ambicioso desde que China levantó la Gran Muralla.

Junto con la ya coronada vecina torre del "World Trade Center", que será el edificio más alto de la ciudad, estas construcciones están cambiando el aspecto del barrio de los negocios de Pekín. Dentro de muy poco, una docena de edificios singulares, entre ellos cuatro o cinco en la nueva y enorme Zona Olímpica, van a introducir un interés añadido a la visita a la capital china. Gracias a ellos, una urbe no particularmente agraciada aunará los mejores monumentos de la antigua china (la Ciudad Prohibida, el Templo del Cielo y la Gran Muralla), con un puesto destacado en la arquitectura contemporánea.

Obra del estudio OMA del holandés Rem Koolhaas y diseñada por el alemán Ole Scheeren, de la sensacional sede de la CCTV ya se ha dicho todo. Consta de dos torres de acero y cristal de 230 metros y 40 pisos de alto con una inclinación de 60 grados, unidas por la base y la cima. Su área de más de medio millón de metros cuadrados y más de 460 millones de euros de presupuesto, será el mayor espacio de oficinas del mundo después del Pentágono.

Blindado contra terremotos
Sus creadores, claro, lo definen como "uno de los edificios más complejos que se han construido". También aseguran que está blindado contra terremotos, pues Pekín se encuentra en zona de riesgo y los expertos auguran algún movimiento fuerte para este siglo, pero más allá del autobombo, es innegable que las formas de la estructura provocan un verdadero impacto visual de admiración y sorpresa. Con su habitual cariño hacia China "The Economist", que antes ya denigró como "huevo frito" (además francés) el admirable Gran Teatro Nacional de China, del galo Paul Andreu, ha calificado a la sede de la CCTV como, "muestra de arquitectura orwelliana". "Inquietantemente diferente de cualquier otro objeto a la vista", se ha leído en sus páginas. No es la única patología. En la visita de prensa al Gran Teatro Nacional de China, de hora y media de duración, sus responsables chinos lograron no mencionar que el edificio era obra de un autor extranjero, como si fuera algo feo para el orgullo nacional…

Más allá de estas miserias, el verdadero gran trajín de obras se contempla en la gigantesca Zona Olímpica. Cualquier olimpiada propicia construcciones en la ciudad sede, pero en Pekín, capital de una nación hasta hace poco muy pobre en la que el deporte era lujo excéntrico, casi todo se ha construido de la nada. Y con ánimo de celebrar la nueva prosperidad, lo que introduce claros elementos de ostentación. De las 31 instalaciones olímpicas que Pekín esta levantando, diez, entre ellas las más espectaculares, están en la Zona Olímpica.

Inauguración y clausura, en "El Nido"
Tres de ellas destacan visualmente y van a dar mucho que hablar. En primer lugar, el Estadio Nacional, conocido como "El Nido", que será la instalación olímpica más emblemática, escenario de las ceremonias de inauguración y clausura. Tiene 258.000 metros cuadrados, capacidad para 91.000 espectadores y ha costado 3800 millones de euros. Su estructura de acero entrelazada de 42.000 toneladas crea una impresión de ligereza, a la vez tradicional y vanguardista. Sus autores son los arquitectos suizos Jacques Herzog y Pierre de Meuron.

La segunda es el llamado "Cubo de Agua", el Centro Acuático Nacional, situado frente al "Nido", en perfecto contraste de formas. Su estructura de 79.500 metros cuadrados y 17.000 plazas de capacidad, está recubierta por un envoltorio de 3000 cojines blandos de plástico reciclable, que produce un efecto visual líquido. Obra del estudio australiano PTW y del chino CSCEC, el "Cubo"es un edificio de gran eficiencia energética, en el que la estructura ayuda a calentar las cinco piscinas que contiene.

El 'Pekín Digital'
Mención especial merece también el centro de comunicaciones de los juegos, llamado "Pekín Digital". Es un edificio rectangular de cuatro bloques, obra del arquitecto Zhu Pei y del estudio "Urbanus" de Shenzhen, la ciudad más moderna de China. Sus materiales, cemento, cristal y aluminio, y sus líneas exteriores de luz, crean un efecto extraño y atractivo de gran modernidad, que ya cautiva a los paletas que echan sus horas en los edificios de los alrededores.

Fuera de la Zona Olímpica, el moderno aeropuerto de la ciudad, que funciona mucho mejor (en atención, celeridad y eficacia) que cualquiera de sus homólogos europeos, está concluyendo una nueva terminal de 2500 millones de euros a cargo del británico Norman Foster.

En ambición y calidad estas grandes obras pekinesas, "superan todo lo que se ha hecho hasta ahora, no sólo en China sino seguramente en cualquier otra ciudad en un mismo momento de su historia", dice Scheeren, el diseñador de la sede de CCTV. Su colega Mario Bellini apunta otro aspecto de la oportunidad que China brinda a los arquitectos: la abundancia de obras y su rapidez. "En lo que aquí se tarda en levantar un rascacielos, en Europa construimos una casa pequeña". "En Italia entre que te pones a ello y concluyes, tardas diez años, hagas lo que hagas", dice.

Pero ¿Cuál será el resultado final de toda esta fiebre?. Las ciudades son mucho más que el dinero y la voluntad política de embellecerlas de sus dirigentes. Según el arquitecto japonés Keichiro Sako, uno de los autores de la remodelación del barrio diplomático de SanLiTun, en Pekín hay grandes estructuras, como los enormes y suntuosos edificios del Pekín olímpico, y pequeñas estructuras, como las cada vez más contadas humildes zonas de casas residenciales de una sola planta de los barrios tradicionales (hutong), pero, "no hay nada entre unas y otras".

Parques de pago
Otro gran inconveniente del urbanismo de Pekín, apuntado por Sako y otros arquitectos, como el venezolano Antonio Ochoa, es la manía de rodear de muros y vallas las nuevas comunidades residenciales. Por doquier, uno se encuentra nuevos y altos edificios de viviendas rodeados de vallas. Ochoa llama la atención sobre los grandes parques amurallados de la ciudad, a los que solo se puede acceder por exiguas entradas (y pagando).

"Si se continua con esa filosofía, Pekín será pronto un lugar en el que la gente no podrá moverse libremente", dice Sako. "Quienes trabajan en la arquitectura deben tener en cuenta la continuidad de los edificios con el entorno que los rodea", considera. Ochoa afirma que todo urbanismo refleja la sociedad que lo creó. El de Pekín, sin duda, transmite muchas veces el capricho y dictado de la planificación.

Los burócratas plantan edificios aquí y allá, sin ton ni son. Se nota que los ciudadanos aun pintan muy poco en el paisaje del que son usuarios principales. El resultado es cierta artificialidad. Paisajes urbanos sin alma que tienen que ver con la manifiesta minoría de edad cívica del hombre chino. Al mismo tiempo, cuando se recuerdan los terribles sufrimientos y carencias del pasado más inmediato, cuando se recuerda que hace solo treinta años aquí se adoraba a un líder dios, y que la alimentación de todos era objetivo nacional, resulta difícil no quitarse el sombrero.


lo pongo entero no sea caso que lo pasen de pago

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Impresionante currada, pero mas impresionante aún es ver la cantidad de pepinos que se están haciendo por toda china... no hay palabras... sólo babas

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¡¡ Impresionante !!

Así mismo, entrando a éste hilo me he dado cuenta que ZOrg es moderador- aunque tendría que serlo del foro chino XD-.

Bueno, vaya mis felicitaciones a ZOrg por éste bien merecido ascenso. Ojala que te sea comoda y placentera ésta nueva tarea, y que así mísmo no te quite tiempo para participar como "forero comun" informandonos todo cuanto acontesca en el sudeste asiatico.

Espero que no abuses de tu podes de moderador para sancionar a los foreros antichinos.

PD: Hacía tres días que no entraba a éste subforo. Lo veo muy cambiado, lo has hecho tú?
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SHENZHEN | Nikko Tower (Approved): 301m, 62 floors. After being dead for years, this project at T106-0028 plot of Nanshan Central District has been relaunched. The name of the project is likely to be changed. Thread



Imágenes de la nueva versión, 70 pisos.



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Alguien me hace un resumen? xd Qué brutalidad!
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No logro imaginar cómo sintetizar más aún xD
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CHONGQING | Jialing Fanying (Under construction): 398m, 98 floors. Designed by SOM, this is Chongqing's tallest skyscraper approved by the moment. The tower is the main piece of Chongqing Tiandi masterplan, located at Hualongqiao district. The developer Shui On Land announced in September 2007 that the tower would be above 100 floors, so the design might be changed. The main tower is supposed to have been started after clearing the construction area. Thread




Revisión al alza confirmada.









Parece que tiene 36 secciones de 3 pisos, con lo que finalmente serían 108 pisos, bastante plausible teniendo en cuenta la obsesión de los chinos con que los rascacielos intenten terminar en 8 tanto en pisos como en altura.

Imagino que la altura final quedará en los 450-500m.
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Titánico el trabajo de zOrg, que creo que és justo reconocer

Y lo de China ya empieza a agotar cualquier adjetivo superlativo existente. Megalomaníaco. Que digo: Gigalomaníaco. Rozando quizá lo teralomaníaco.
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Hilos como este son los que dan sentido a este foro, im-presionante trabajo

Hay un edificio que a mi particularmente me parece una pasada y que al ser una antena de TV no está en la lista, pero que creo merece atención especial:

Guangzhou TV Tower, 610m.
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Para hacerme una idea de toda la recopilación he tenido que dividirlo en un par de días XD. El trabajo impresionante como siempre.
Lo de Chongqing acojonante, ya se podría a llevar aquí esas revisiones al alza.

Por cierto z0rg, hace tiempo que no veo ningún estado de obras de ninguno de los megapuentes que se estaban construyendo o en proyecto, sino recuerdo mal había unos cuantos en la AM de Shanghai..
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Nunca podremos agradacerle suficientemente a z0rg por el curre que se pega con estos hilos. Sin él China casi sería invisible e este subforo.
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CHONGQING | Jialing Fanying (Under construction): 398m, 98 floors. Designed by SOM, this is Chongqing's tallest skyscraper approved by the moment. The tower is the main piece of Chongqing Tiandi masterplan, located at Hualongqiao district. The developer Shui On Land announced in September 2007 that the tower would be above 100 floors, so the design might be changed. The main tower is supposed to have been started after clearing the construction area. Thread





Más imágenes, el proyecto final es de KPF y no de SOM.













Parece que añadirán 3-5 torres de 200m+ en vez de una. Acojonante.
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CHONGQING | Century Star Plaza (Under construction): 2x330m+, 86 floors. Chongqing's largest project by far, developed by ASE and located also in Jiefangbei. This crazy development composed by two main towers (office and hotel) and four residentials has changed many times and the last design hasn't been chosen by the moment. The first version was composed by one tower around 80 floors and two around 40, called City Crown of Chongqing. Then, the project was relaunched as 6 towers, 79, 75, 68, 62, 58 and 55 floors respectively, being the tallest 300m high. In early 2007, the two main towers were announced to become 86 floor twins. Finally, in mid 2007, some renders were launched about the final proposals, which showed crazy designs, some of them as tall as 90 floors. The outcome is still an enigma. The huge podium hosting a shopping center is under construction. Thread


El proyecto final será de 400m+. Todos los retrasos que están teniendo los megaproyectos de Chongqing se explican por la feroz carrera por construir el rasca más alto de la ciudad, que ya es abierta y oficial.
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