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- Architects: Atelier Archmixing, Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects
- Location: 799 Dangui Rd., Pudong, Shanghai, China
- Lead Architects: Shen Zhuang, Jie Zhu (AMG), Yuyang Liu (ALYA)
- Project Architects: Danni Tian (AMG), Feile Cao, Congbao Wu (ALYA)
- Design Team: Tianen Gu, Long Chen, Wenliang Sun, Yu Fang, Jiapei Gong (AMG), Jue Wang, Kai Yang, Ning Li, Chen Ding, Tianqi Wen (ALYA)
- Area: 54700.0 m2
- Project Year: 2017
- Photographs: Hao Chen
- Collaborators: Institute of Shanghai Architectural Design and Research Co., Ltd.
- Client: China Fortune Properties
- Structure + Mechanical And Electrical Consultant: Institute of Shanghai Architectural Design and Research Co., Ltd
- Facade Consultant: CIMA Project Consultancy Co. Ltd., Shanghai
- Constructor: Shanghai Construction No.2 (Group) Co., Ltd
Text description provided by the architects. The project ZhangJiang IC Harbor Phase I China Fortune Wisdom Mark is jointly designed
Atelier Archmixing and Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects. The site is east to Dangui road, west to Middle Ring road.
The main planning strategy is to form a highly integrated semi-enclosed space structure with six seven-story R & D office buildings, based on the site shape and the surrounding environment, and create two courtyards of different sizes for two future user.
These two courtyards are connected with an elevated space of three-story-height, and expected to establish contact with the ZhangJiang IC Harbour Phase II in the north.
The main greenery facing the city park introduce nice view for each office. By opening to the streets, it turns into a place for rest, relaxation and communication.
Each floor of the building is flexibly equipped with outward-facing hallway sunshades on the façade, which cleverly integrate the equipment platform, the rest verandah and the evacuation staircase and form a vivid elevation.
Through the careful control of the overall environment, architectural form and shading facade an office building with high surplus-value has achieved.
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