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Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport, Terminal 3 by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas, Shenzhen, Asia
Building off of a proven flooring program framework and building business, the Bao’an airport design proposes a freely shaped terminal dominated by a honeycomb-like façade. The double-layer skin permits indirect light to the building while marketing altering lighting effects through the day. A diamond-shaped metallic framework and spring-loaded bearing bolts were just a few for the design’s unconventional technical solutions.
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Shenzhen Stock-exchange by OMA, Shenzhen, Asia
OMA’s stock market had been developed to express the speculation inherent inside the stock exchange through a drifting base. The increased platform permits room for a covered metropolitan plaza underneath, including commercial services.
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Universiade 2011 Sports Center by gmp von Gerkan, Marg and Partners Architects, Shenzhen, Asia
The Universiade 2011 Sports Center includes an arena, a multifunctional hall and a pool. Prompted by Chinese horticulture, viewpoint additionally the surrounding undulating landscape, the metal prismatic building layer rises above an artificial pond and increased promenade.
Horizontal Skyscraper / Vanke Center by Steven Holl Architects, Shenzhen, China
Steven Holl’s Vanke Center ended up being conceived as a ‘horizontal skyscraper’ hybrid that features offices, flats and resort area. Built above a tropical landscape, the skyscraper generates the greatest feasible green space open to people on a lawn amount.
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Dapeng Geology Museum and Research Center by leeMundwiler, Longgang, Shenzhen, Asia
Sited on the Dapeng Peninsula across from Hong Kong Bay, this geology museum seems as a sizable rock formation that unfolds to site visitors. The façade ended up being built to be covered in-plant growth, although the construction was designed to resemble strewn rock.
OCT Design Museum by Studio Pei-Zhu, Shenzhen, Asia
Developed as a surreal area for design exhibitions, this design museum is targeted on product design, style programs and conceptual automotive events. As a background for the items and events within, the museum explores the idea of unlimited and continuous room.
China Merchants Tower & Woods Park Master Plan by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP ( SOM ), Shenzhen, China