Xiang River Delta Islands Strategy | Changsha, China | EADG

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Changsha is the capital city of Hunan Province. The Xiang River is the largest river in Hunan and one of the largest tributaries of the Yangtze River. It bisects the city into the older eastern area and the newly developing western area. Within the river corridor are several large islands formed over time from sand shoal deposits.

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Morphis 莫爾菲斯 wins Kai Tak City International Design Competition

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On the 8th January, Mr Paul Chan, Secretary for Development for Hong Kong, announced that out of 90 entries, the competition attracted more than 90 entries from Hong Kong, the Mainland and overseas. The Jury Panel of the Competition found that most of the entries could accommodate both the overall setting of the river and the peripheral development while the winning entries made use of simple and innovative design ideas to optimise space for public activities. Morphis won the international design competition for Kai Tak River with their The ‘Living Roots’ design concept.

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One Shantou: New East Coastal Area Urban Design | Shantou, China | NBBJ

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As a coastal city shaped by climate change, the “One Shantou: Now, Tomorrow and the Future” vision will guide the city of Shantou (located east of Hong Kong and southwest of Shanghai) through an unpredictable future. The scheme respects the extensive planning and land reclamation that had already been completed by local and regional authorities. In so doing, it avoids the common pitfall of design competitions that overlook local insight and previous investments. It also challenges the notion that competitive advantage requires a city to develop its prime real estate along coastal waterfronts.

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AWP to create design vision for a cycle hub building in Newcastle-upon-Tyne

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Ten years after AWP was shortlisted for the final stage of the Architecture Foundation new building in London, Igloo-Carillon plc has selected the office for territorial reconfiguration* to deliver a design vision for a cycle hub building in Malmo Quay, Lower Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle upon-Tyne.

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Vinge Train Station | Copenhagen, Denmark | Tredje Natur, Henning Larsen Architects, MOE, RPA

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Vinge Train Station is part of a larger plan to connect the future Vinge City to regional public transit. Vinge is a new city to be developed within Frederikssund Municipality north of Copenhagen,
Denmark. Covering 350 hectares, it will be the largest urban development project in Denmark. In the middle of the new town plan, a circular station adapts organically to its surroundings. The
station’s urban space and the landscape stretch and meet to span the rails, ensuring that the railway does not divide the town into two parts.
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