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Located in the financial industry belt adjacent to Hongling North Road, the project includes a high-rise office and apartment tower, along with a retail podium. Inspired by Chinese thoughts, the design integrates the natural elements. The design divides the tower crown into four jagged quadrants. The shape is drawn from the conceit of the Pinwheel...
Project name
Bagualing Industrial Park Urban Renewal Design
Architecture firm
Aedas
Location
Baguashi Street, Shenzhen, China
Set to be a landmark complex in Shenzhen’s future tech hub, the project incorporating office, residential, hotel, commercial and civic facilities sits on top of the Liuxiandong MTR Station. Through employing a future-forward and human-centric principle, our design’s ambition is to create a gateway that heralds intelligence, vitality and sustainabil...
Project name
Logan Xili Liuxiandong Headquarter Base Mixed-Use Project
Architecture firm
Aedas
Location
Shenzhen, China
Rocco Design Architects Associates have just completed the Performing Arts Centre, part of the Bao’An Cultural District they also realized. Overlooking Quanhai Bay and the South China Sea, the building anchors the southern end of the cultural complex. The 600 seat, 28,000-square-metre building houses Shenzhen’s first performance hall and will host...
Project name
Bao’An Performing Arts Centre
Architecture firm
Rocco Design Architects Associates
Location
Shenzhen, China
Photography
Zhang Chao Studio
3XN, B+H and Zhubo Design were recently awarded first place in an international design competition for the new Shenzhen Natural History Museum, set to be one Shenzhen’s "Ten Cultural Facilities of the New Era" and the first large-scale comprehensive natural museum Southern China once complete.
Project name
Shenzhen Natural History Museum
Architecture firm
3XN, B+H Architects and Zhubo Design
Location
Yanzi Lake, Pingshan Dist., Shenzhen, China
The woven texture of the exterior ribbons is inspired by the traditional wicker hats and baskets that are still being used by farmers and fishermen in the region. The parametric tessellation of stone tiles adds a layer of sophistication to the vernacular pattern, a metaphor to the technological transformation of the once primitive village.
Project name
The Vortices - Shenzhen Opera House
Architecture firm
LUKSTUDIO
Location
Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China
Tools used
Autodesk Revit, SketchUp, AutoCAD, Rhinoceros 3D
Supporting an unconventional office ecosystem inspired by nature, the Nest Art Center in Shenzhen, China is designed by M Moser Associates, and developed by Q-Plex. For art centers, their design aspirations – rooted as it is within its locale - is of equal importance to its attention to practical considerations.
Project name
The Nest Art Center
Architecture firm
M Moser Design and Architecture (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Location
Q-Plex, 4080 Qiao Xiang Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China
Photography
Zheng Yan. Video: Huasheng Studio
Situated in the lively region of Luohu, Shenzhen, Yanlord Luohu Mixed-Use Development stands tall as a high-end commercial tower. Providing generous public space accompanied by 336 quality units and underground retail—the development is poised to become Luohu’s newest landmark.
Project name
Yanlord Luohu Mixed-Use Development
Architecture firm
Aedas
Location
Shenzhen, China
In joint venture with Huayi Design, Aedas recently won the design competition for a pioneering project at the East Wing of the Shenzhen Campus of the Cooperation Zone.
Project name
Shenzhen Hetao Shenzhen-Hong Kong Science and Technology Innovation Cooperation Zone East Wing-1 Project
Architecture firm
Aedas in a joint venture with Huayi Design
Location
Shenzhen, China