Shenyang Building, China: Trinity Shenyang, Liaoning Province

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Shenyang Development, China, Asia

Key Chinese Project in Liaoning province, Asia

8 Feb 2008

Trinity Shenyang

Design: KCAP Architects

Trinity Shenyang

The riverside (Hun river) location of the site is exploited as a landscape quality for the 3 new residential districts. A variety of different housing structures were developed for the village. These range from urban villas to terraced houses and other housing schemes around private green courtyards. Thus the individual villas’ are set along a system that form urban fabrics. The entire urban scheme is organized as a archipelago of villages, each of which is to have its own sub centre.

The new development also contains three public function centers. The first of these is situated along the riverfront, which is to become a promenade with leisure facilities , e.g. hotels, cinema’s, sport complexes, restaurants and commercial units. The second centre is at the very heart of the district, besides the .. road and is to host commercial facilities as well as care and health. The third is situated along the 3 ring road opposite the university this one is to host offer a full life style center experience, hotels, as well as offices for trading sports leisure and commerce.


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