This Rail Museum site carries 130 years of Taiwan’s urban transformation. Started as a munitions factory where the first railway originated during the Ching dynasty, the site is now a Rail Museum Park adjacent to Taipei Main Station, the main transportation hub for both the city and northern Taiwan.
Landscape Of Traces
BAU (Brearley Architects & Urbanists): Jiangyin is on the Yangtze, the world’s busiest working river. The city is regenerating part of its industrial docklands as a high density live-work district. Stage one of this major project is the creation of a 4 km public realm along the river edge. The design was selected through invited competition.
BAU (Brearley Architects & Urbanists)
Jiangyin City, Jiangsu Province, China
Zeng Jianghe, Xiazhi