B. 商業（辦公大樓 / 酒店）COMMERCIAL (OFFICE / HOTEL)
珠海市橫琴新區環島東路1889號 No. 1889, Huandao East Road, Hengqin District, Zhuhai, Guangdong
嘉柏建築師事務所有限公司 Gravity Partnership Ltd.
The INNOVALLEY HQ is envisaged to be the exhibition window of the future development of Hengqin new district. Through operation of the project, it is hoped to bring in various creative industries, and helps shaping the area into a new creative cultural district in Zhuhai. Our aim for the project was to promote green living by creating a low density working environment in a park. Along the east-west axis, a central park was placed in the middle of the site which permeates through office building clusters, to provide green leisure space which is usually deprived in urban context. A green avenue along the north-south axis provides visual connection to the river on the northern side of the site from the south entrance. At the junction of the two green axes is the clubhouse to celebrate the green node. The two axes defines the masterplan structure, where plazas, gardens and buildings are merged together, encouraging daily use of the public green, thereby promoting a green, healthy and environmental conscious way of living.
北京市密雲縣古北口鎮司馬台村 Simatai Village, Gubeikou Town, Miyun County, Beijing
姚仁喜 | 大元建築工場 （會元設計諮詢（上海）有限公司） Artech Architects & Designers Limited, Shanghai, China
Han-Gu Villa is a high-end resort hotel located in a beautiful winding valley with a small stream running through. From the site, one of the most precipitous sections of the Simatai Great Wall can be seen. In order to preserve existing vegetation and optimize views of the distant mountains, the architect delivered a design with a stilt house concept that would minimize site grading works and preserve trees and large rocks as far as possible. Thus, the buildings seem to “tip-toe” through the valley.
The 72 suites are grouped in 8 clusters, carefully placed on the two valley sides and connected by an open scenic bridge. Views open up with each step as guests stroll along the bridge that crosses from building to building, traversing the creek and weaving spaces between architecture and nature. Façades are made of environmentally friendly composite wood with fine surface grains, the subtle colors reflecting the seasonal changes of the surrounding forest.
RENOVATION PROJECTS OF 816# MIDDLE YAN’AN ROAD: THE LIBERATION DAILY OFFICE
上海市延安中路816號 816 Middle Yan’an Road, Shanghai
同濟大學建築設計研究院（集團）有限公司 Tongji Architectural Design（Group）Co., Ltd.
The design belongs to protective repair project. Building A and building B which are dwellings of Yan Tongchun in this project are mentioned as excellent historic buildings. Our design involves facades, interior ceiling, walls, floor, outside space and garden, elevator and so on. At the same time we redesign the interior space and related function according to the demand of daily office works inside Jiefang Daily Office. Combining historic buildings with the history and culture of Liberation Daily Office ,what we want to present is the social value and cultural connotation of historical district.
ANANTARA XISHUANGBANNA RESORT ANANTA
雲南省猛臘縣猛侖鎮 Menglun Town, Mengla County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province
中外建工程設計與顧問有限公司深圳分公司 China International Engineering Design Consult Co., Ltd Shenzhen Branch
The project locates in the area of confluence of Luosuo River and Nanha River. On the opposite side of the river，there is the Tropical Rain Forest Botanical Garden of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Outside the entrance, there is a banana forest. A Dai village is nearby. Therefore, the hotel was designed basing on the concept of "the village in the rain forest". The overall image of the hotel has rich local features. Because the Luosuo River would have different water levels and colors when weather changes, the masterplan was a design specifically to adapt those changes, so as to bring the wild nature into the experience of living in the hotel.
CHENGDU TRAIN STATION HUB CITY COMPLEX PROJECT
四川省成都市南部新區 New District, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province
中南建築設計院股份有限公司 Central-South Architectural Design Institute Co., Ltd.
Chengdu South Railway Station hub city complex project, in a scientific analysis of the situation surrounding the site, fully demonstrated national railway, subway, transit hub, Tianfu Interchange and other important external factors. Stemming from the flow of people and the human behavior and consumption habits, the commercial, office, residential and other functional blocks, were rationally distributed through an open and connected platform for a comprehensive integrated building complex. A total building area of 237,484.0 square meters consists of three-level underground basement, a comprehensive building at the ground floor, four 23-storey residential buildings and a 22-storey office building on top of a 6-storey commercial podium.
FOREBASE FINANCIAL PLAZA (THE WESTIN HOTEL)
重慶市渝中區新華路222號威斯汀酒店48樓 48th Floor, Westin Hotel, No.222 Xinhua Road, Yuzhong District, Chongqing
深圳湯樺建築設計事務所有限公司 Tanghua Architect & Associates Co., Ltd.
申基金融廣場坐落於重慶傳統商業中心——渝中區的核心地段。項目容納了辦公、五星級酒店、和相關配套設施，空間需求複雜多變。建築通過垂直疊加的方式在緊張的用地中創造屬於重慶的「擁擠文化」。造型上採用分隔號條幕牆，充分體現超高層建築高聳挺拔的美感。建築主體結構為型鋼混凝土框架—鋼筋混凝土筒體結構，頂部出挑的無邊際泳池和距離地面230m的空中花園，打破了豎向線條的單一感。酒店大堂設置於建築的51層，可以飽覽重慶的江景山色。 Forebase Financial Plaza is located in the heart of Chongqing’s Yuzhong Peninsula, the city’s traditional commercial center. The scheme consists of three interconnected masses and a podium. And it includes office space, hotel, and some other facilities. Through vertical stacking, this design creates a culture called 'congestion' which belongs to Chongqing in such a narrow space. Vertical lines were used on the glass curtain wall, and they embody the architectural aesthetic of tall and straight.
The steel reinforced concrete frame and reinforced concrete core-wall constitute the main structure system of the building. The single feeling of vertical line on facade is broken by a five-meter cantilevered glass swimming pool and a sky garden which is located 230 meters above the ground. The hotel lobby which has a great view of the river and the mountain is set on the 51st floor.
GREATWALL COMPLEX, WUHAN, CHINA
湖北省武漢市武昌區中北路9號 9 Zhongbei Road, Wuchang Qu, Wuhan Shi, Hubei Sheng
拾稼設計 10 Design
項目現已通過LEED 建築設計與施工：結構體（Core & Shell）鉑金級預認證。美國綠色建築委員會將於2017年第二季度就項目進行最終LEED認證審查。
而最優化的方案是在建築前方開闢一種新的城市空間 - 裙樓空間。裙樓空間通過一系列游弋式的坡道一路延伸向上至空中花園。沿途坡道設置有商業零售、餐飲和娛樂空間，增加了零售租賃價值。同時，置身坡道上能飽覽城市景觀，柔合餐飲設施與公共空間藝術，為武漢市民提供一種獨特的步行體驗。
The studio has designed and delivered an exemplary development in the financial centre of Wuhan, providing a world class workplace, a dynamic retail space, and a vibrant public realm.
The project is currently LEED Platinum Pre-Certified for Building Design & Construction: Core & Shell. The USGBC will conduct a final review in Q2 2017.
Greatwall Complex is a twin tower development, offering GFA 90,000sqm (Podium GFA is circa 20,000 sqm) of Grade A office space. The twin towers are linked by 4 floors of podium containing retail and F&B space with underground parking for 1,200 spaces.
The brief given was for a standard retail mall podium; however, the clients’ vision was in fact for a destination public space. The studio tested many possible design options to provide maximum returnable value to the client, but in parallel to give a new civic space in the centre of Wuhan, both for tenants and surrounding residents.
The optimum solution defines a new civic space in front of the building, connected through a series of processional ramp to a new roof top garden on the podium. The processional ramp allowed all levels of retail to open up at a new raised ground level, thereby maximizing leasable value for the client. The ramp also presents a unique pedestrian experience in Wuhan, benefitting from dining opportunities and public art, looking back across the city from a raised elevation.
廣東省深圳市羅湖區深南東路5016號 5016, Shennan East Road, Luohu, Shenzhen, Guangdong
TFP Farrells Limited
群樓和塔樓的規模和走向直接影響到城市軸線和規劃的走向。入口位置配合了周邊的街道佈局,改善了連接不同發展項目的行人道設計並連接地鐵站。一幢441.8 米朝南筆挺的超高層大廈由零售區、商業辦公區和酒店,由下至上的體現了城市的垂直高度。在頂層的酒店天花部份建造了宏偉的玻璃-鋼結構，覆蓋著酒店大堂、公共空中花園、餐廳和酒吧, 為顧客帶來難忘的空間體驗。
At the forefront of China’s economic rise, Shenzhen has developed at an unprecedented scale and pace. Rapid urban growth has left stranded previously rural villages in the centre of a city where land supply is dwindling at a corresponding rate.
Occupying 3.6 hectares in a prime urban location, Caiwuwei Village comprised a tight cluster of village houses and tiny alleyways where sunlight and fresh air were restricted as well as inadequate services and access contributed to urban deterioration. A uniquely community-minded regeneration model was devised to overcome fragmentary ownership and enable redevelopment.
Kingkey Development formed a joint development company with villagers, whose homes were re-provisioned in the form of spacious new flats above a landscaped communal podium. In addition, the villagers received second flats for sale or rent ensuring significant financial return for the loss of their former dwellings.
The overall design relates to the urban context through careful consideration of massing and orientation of the podium and towers. Entrances respect surrounding street layouts and improve pedestrian linkage between the development, its surroundings, and the connected metro station. The 441.8m slim south-facing tower addresses the city’s vertical dimension with the public realm beginning with the lower level retail, through to commercial offices, and culminating in a hotel topped off with a vast glass-and-steel structure housing the hotel lobby, public sky garden, restaurant and bar.
THE RENOVATION OF SHANGHAI TRUST BUILDING
上海市九江路111號 111# Jiujiang Road, Shanghai
同濟大學建築設計研究院（集團）有限公司 Tongji Architectural Design (Group) Co., Ltd.
Renovation of Shanghai Trust building formerly known as the Continental Bank building, completed in 1933, which is the second class of protected buildings in Shanghai. The overall renovation was based on the basic principles of historical protection and put forward reasonable comprehensive measures. Plans were combined with historical heritage and trust business characters. In order to minimize the interference of the original Taishan tiles, we designed to re-paving re-pave the external walls of Taishan brick after the stripping plus tile. The plan combined with the external wall waterproofing measures, by contrasting the original photographs and the surrounding historical buildings, and repeatedly test color testing- mixed layout and details of the node. As far as possible to restore the historical image of Shanghai Trust building, so that coordination with The Shanghai Trust Building was restored to a great extent so as to coordinate the historical style of the Bund.
SHATIN COMMUNICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY CENTRE
香港沙田馬場 STTL 13 STTL 13, Sha Tin Racecourse, Sha Tin, Hong Kong
胡周黃建築設計(國際)有限公司 WCWP International Limited
The façade and form of the building is carefully composed to reflect the grace and movement of accelerating horses along the adjacent racetrack. The ground floor façade is set slightly back from the perimeter of the building above. The soft glow of lights from the entrance lobby and overhanging soffits creates the illusion that the building is floating suspended above the ground. The floor to ceiling glass also fulfills a practical purpose, maximizing the natural light within the building and ensuring uninterrupted views of the picturesque surroundings.
The sleek rectangular structure is located near the northwest boundary of the Shatin Racecourse, offering sensational views of Hong Kong’s premier racetrack and the nearby Shing Mun River and Ma On Shan mountains. By bringing the lush green of the outside in, the facility ensures the users remain in touch with nature.
Construction on the 10-storey structure started in 2011. The facility houses the HKJC main Telebet centre, an integrated control centre, IT department offices, a broadcasting services department and post-production centre, the HKJC College and a staff amenities area.
TRADE AND INDUSTRY TOWER
香港九龍啟德協調道3號 3 Concorde Road, Kai Tak Development Area, Hong Kong
香港特別行政區政府建築署 /王董建築師事務有限公司 Architectural Services Department, HKSAR Government / Wong Tung & Partners Limited
The Trade and Industry Tower is located in Kai Tak Area, and is a pioneer project of the urban regeneration program of the old airport site. Besides complying with office area requirements, the design also aims at achieving the highest level of Hong Kong & US environmental building design certifications. TI Tower was designed to house 14 government department offices with a post office and a Community Hall serving the public in the urban area. It welcomes citizens to visit and seek services. The Community Hall provides venues for public performances, meetings and leisure. The principal design objective is to make the building user- and visitor-friendly. It offers exemplary performance in Building Sustainability, and aims at saving 1/4 of normal electricity consumption.
This government building presents an image of efficiency, practicality and interaction. The “Green Architecture” theme features prominently on the outside, displaying an iconic “green” image. Inside the building, an “Education Path” explains various systems and installations used to conserve energy, and also demonstrates that building sustainability is achievable without compromise. The government offices are efficiently designed in a rectilinear shape tower clad with a curtain wall which yields optimal thermal performance. Sunshades are strategically added to direct useful daylight inside while blocking glares and reflection. Linear planters outside the windows offer visual relief to occupants. They meander around the building façade and forms a “Green Ribbon” visible from all around. To create contrast and balance, the Community Hall annexe is designed in a dynamic and organic form, with solid walls and a green roof. This is highlighted by the free-form “White Ribbon”.