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Shenzhen North Station Urban Design by Mecanoo

Geschreven op 5-9-2017 - Erik van Erne. Geplaatst in Iets anders Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail

With a scheme of twelve staggering skyscrapers, an elevated pedestrian network and a beautiful green urban park, Mecanoo architecten has been named the winner of the urban design competition for the Shenzhen North Station business district.

The 1.36 million square metres development encompasses offices, retail space, apartments and a hotel, integrated with Shenzhen North railway and metro station.

The main buildings of the business district are set around a central urban park and vary in height between 278 and 428 metres. By situating the transportation nodes on the subterranean levels, the public park appears as an open green space, something the area currently lacks.

The two-level plinth merges with the design of the park through an intricate network of overpasses, ramps and landscaped platforms that seamlessly weave into the urban setting, offering safe and comfortable access routes to the Shenzhen North railway and metro station. Commercial areas face the park in order to generate a lively public space.

The elevated pedestrian network connects all towers of the Shenzhen North Station business district, creating a comfortable small-scale atmosphere that reinforces the sense of a neighbourhood. Water features give the urban park a special character, offering cool places where people can relax, meet, and engage in leisure activities.

Rather than define the exact shape of the towers, the design establishes rules which ensure coherency yet encourage a degree of variation. The smart facade system of glazed, angled elements offers diversity to support the different programmes and respond to the orientation while ensuring the overall appearance. Setbacks allow for the creation of roof gardens, which – together with interior sky gardens at some of the higher levels – integrate the urban park design into the buildings.

See also: Municipal Offices and Train Station Delft, Netherlands by Mecanoo – Dutch Mountains by Francine Houben – Mecanoo Architecten – Koningin Máxima reikt Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Prijs uit aan Francine Houben – Three Cultural Centers & One Book Mall in Shenzhen, China by Mecanoo – Bibliotheek van Birmingham by Mecanoo – Bibliotheek Technische Universiteit Delft – Whistling Rock Country Club golfclubhuis in Chuncheon Zuid-Korea  – Bijlmerpark in Amsterdam – Montevideo in Rotterdam – Kapel Heilige Maria der Engelen in Rotterdam – Theater en congrescentrum La Llotja de Lleida in Llerida  – Wei-Wu-Ying Center for the Arts in Kaohsiung, Taiwan  – Hilton Hotel Amsterdam Airport Schiphol by Mecanoo Geopend: Energiezuinig en Duurzaam – The future of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library by Mecanoo –Kaohsiung Station by Mecanoo –Library Delft University of Technology by Mecanoo –Mekel Park and The Nieuwe Delft at Campus Delft University of Technology by Mecanoo

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  1. Erik van Erne zegt:

    19 juli 2019 om 16:12 | Permalink

    Shenzhen: City of the Future. The high-tech life of China’s Silicon Valley

    Technology and innovation hub, Shenzhen is known as China’s “silicon valley” and “the city of the future”. Once a fishing village, in just 50 years it grew into a megacity packed with skyscrapers. It hosts international technology exhibitions and forums and attracts creators and investors from around the world, contributing to its population boom. Inventors and engineers working here, create helpful robots, hybrid cars and smart car parks.

    China has a saying; to see the past, visit Beijing, to see the present, go to Shanghai but for the future, it’s Shenzhen. Shenzhen has transformed itself from a tiny fishing village to a megacity in just 50 years, its population tripling since the 1990s. The city is a magnet for tech-savvy and inventive dreamers from all across China and the world, because of them Shenzhen has become the “silicon valley” of China, a true technology and innovation hub.

    The sprawling metropolis is famed for its skyscrapers, hybrid cars, solar energy and for being home to a great many hi-tech companies. UBTECH is one of them; its focus is on making robots an indispensable part of everyday life. Its key product is the android – a human-like robot that can help out in the workplace and around the home as well as becoming both teacher and playmate for kids.

    Shenzhen municipal government encourages citizens to switch to eco-friendly, hybrid cars that use both fuel and solar energy. The vehicles are made by a local manufacturer, BYD. Public transport here is hybrid too helping maintain the city’s ecological reputation, which is among the best in China. The city’s rapid growth demands new solutions for optimising space. Shenzhen is one of the top 10 cities in the world for having the most skyscrapers. Today, its engineers are working on a solution to the ever present problem of parking by developing smart car parks that can automatically place cars in tight spaces while the driver simply walks away.

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