Shenzhen building news – contemporary Chinese architecture developments in Guangdong Province – key new properties in this Chinese mainland city area: interesting Shenzhen buildings.
Designed by CCD / Cheng Chung Design (HK) this building is in Shangsha, a landmark area that gathers numerous young people who are ‘fighting for their future’.
The winning design for Qianhai Talents’ Apartments – an innovative residential project in Shenzhen, China, aimed specifically at the rental market – revealed by UK architects Foster + Partners, a building exclusively for ‘talents’ i.e. professionals.
Designed by Chris Shao Studio, Ensue Luxury Restaurant offers simple and natural elements by way of redefining a luxurious and opulent experience with a more naturalistic aesthetic that still embodies refined detail.
Designed by Jaeger Kahlen Partners Architects Ltd the Huitong Hybrid Tower is a novel idea in skyscraper design it is part world-class office space and part high-tech car park.
Ensue restaurant Shenzhen, China, designed by Chris Shao (New York City) for Chef Christopher Kostow, sitting above Futian’s Shangri-La Hotel, blends elements of Chinese luxury with Napa Valley vibe.
MORPH, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China, design by Various Associates, new social space, to introduce and hold various cultural, artistic and musical events.
KCAP + FELIXX win design competition to ‘Typhoon-proof’ Shenzhen’s East Coast in China, a 130km shoreline stretches along Dapeng, a natural green peninsula in the bay between Hongkong and Shenzhen.
Futian Civic Cultural Centre, Shenzhen building by Dutch architects Mecanoo, in one of the oldest and densest districts of the Chinese city. Recent urban regeneration efforts aim to breathe new life into this urban centre, which lacks urban quality and is crowded with residential and commercial high-rises.
Folding Residence, Longgang, Shenzhen, contemporary Bantian apartment, China, by GE Design architects: “we might don’t know whether the parallel world exists or not, but if it does exist, we’re not sure it is completely parallel to our world, or it is mirrored or rotated.”
Sheraton Shenzhen Nanshan building, China, design by CCD / Cheng Chung Design (HK): the architects imagine the design based on “mountain, water and cloud”, waterscape surrounded by bamboos.
Walters & Cohen Architects were commissioned by The King’s School, Canterbury, to design The King’s School Shenzhen International in Nanshan, China, offering pupils aged 2 to 18 a combined Chinese and British curriculum.
Three winners have been selected to collaborate in the design of a new district that will become the center of Shenzhen, a polycentric megacity of 20 million people. Henning Larsen is the only foreign team among the winners.
Shenzhen Energy Renovation Waste to Energy Power Plant building in China – design by Peijun Ye,Tongtong Hui-Hayer Design Ltd: in Chinese traditional culture, people worship nature.