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.
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.
Designed by Dutch architects office Mecanoo, the Longgang Cultural Centre building lies on a long, narrow site with strict height parameters. Key elements – art museum, science centre, youth centre & book mall.
Proposed by Mecanoo the Qianhai Data Centre fulfills this representational role for the rapidly growing commercial development on the coast of Shenzhen. The 15km2 Qianhai Free Development Zone is a pilot district for the collaboration between mainland China and Hong Kong.
Shenzhen Energy Company Office skyscraper building design by architects BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group – building skin maximizes sustainable performance and workplace comfort in the subtropical climate.
Sunac – Smart Valley Shenzhen by Chinese architects BLVD International – aiming to build the “South China • Top Entrepreneurship Silicon Valley”, building a sense of space for the future.
Forest and Sports Park in Guang Ming, Shenzhen – LOLA, TALLER and L+CC win international architecture competition for a 600 hectare forest and sports park in southern China. Other competitors were JCFO, SWA and TCL.
Longgang Chuangtou Tower in Shenzhen by URBANUS Architecture & Design – the architecture is a container that captures light, just like a musical instrument captures music.
MAD Architects, led by Ma Yansong, wins 2 international competitions to develop Shenzhen Bay Square. The winning masterplan and architectural design create an ambitious urban development project with a vibrant cultural complex.