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丝绸之路走廊(前身为前海-马湾英里)的竞争理念是深圳一个生机勃勃的新地方,将郁郁葱葱的公园、新的文化建筑和蜿蜒曲折的天台集中在一个以幸福为导向的重要目的地。

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哈塞尔被任命为深圳前海商务区重点城区开发设计合作伙伴,中国重要的“门户”城市之一。

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我们赢得的丝绸之路走廊竞赛计划是一个多功能区,旨在每天吸引人们,特别是这个快速变化地区的年轻流动居民,改善健康和福祉,增加社会联系这个过程。

是一个多层次的项目,有无数的好处

丝绸之路走廊总体规划概念由四层组成,形成一个完整的、定义明确的新公共场所:地上和地下邻里区、一个连续的公园,一系列展馆建筑和一个天台,将整个开发过程交织在一起。

这个1.6公里长的天台起到了“空中大道”的作用,将辖区和公园内的建筑不仅与周围的建筑相连,还与更广阔的城市街道网相连。重要的是,桥面提供了一条不间断的自行车和慢跑路线,促进运动和健康,这是本项目的中心目标。

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该场地是前海唯一一个有多个地铁站和高速铁路相互连接以形成主要公共交通节点的位置。因此,我们的设计注重地下、地面和上层的连续性,确保行人优先,公共空间面临交通和其他基础设施的最小干扰。

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在走廊邻里区域内快速变化的城市中放松和放松,我们的城市景观基础设施的关键要素促进和支持广泛的社会活动,特别注重放松。这里有安静的倒影或社交活动的花园、供儿童玩耍的干湿区、集体锻炼区、设有咖啡厅和餐厅的广场、户外活动和艺术设施的开放场所。

一个集艺术和娱乐于一体的吸引游客的迷人场所一个主要的娱乐区位于地下丝绸之路走廊与地铁大堂相连,下沉的广场充当半户外餐饮区和市场。这些景点加在一起,为地面增添了另一层活动和趣味,与以零售业为主的街道形成了对比——实现了该项目在该区“娱乐”的目标。在开发区的南端是一个新的文化区,由三个名为M3广场的展馆组成。它是公园不可分割的一部分,有户外活动区和艺术广场。

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这里的每一栋建筑都会根据自己的观点、目的和访问权限来创建一系列引人注目的形式,这些都是共同建筑语言的一部分。哈塞尔受命负责这三座建筑的建筑设计,包括客户总部大楼、一个公共展览厅和多用途文化建筑。

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我们现在正与招商局和政府部门合作,进一步发展这一方案。我们知道它会改变,我们在竞争阶段提出的建议是一个起点,我们期待着与我们的主要利益相关者一起设计过程。”HASSELL负责人,Dennis Ho说。

丝绸之路走廊(前海-马湾英里)

位置|深圳,中国客户|华商设计师|哈塞尔形象信贷|哈塞尔“

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The competition concept for Silk Road Corridor (formerly Qianhai Mawan Mile) is a vibrant new place for Shenzhen to gather, combining lush parklands, new cultural buildings and a winding skydeck in one essential, wellbeing-led destination.

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HASSELL has been appointed as design partner for the development of a critical urban area within the new Qianhai business district of Shenzhen, one of China’s important ‘gateway’ cities.

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Our winning competition scheme for Silk Road Corridor is a mixed-use precinct designed to draw people in every day – particularly the young, mobile residents in this rapidly changing area – improving health and wellbeing and increasing social connections in the process.

A multi-layered project with countless benefits

The Silk Road Corridor masterplan concept consists of four layers that form an integrated and well-defined new public place: above and below ground neighbourhood zones, a continuous park, a series of pavilion buildings and a skydeck that weaves its way above and links the whole development.

This 1.6km-long deck functions as a ‘boulevard in the sky’, connecting the buildings in the precinct and the park not only with the surrounding buildings but also with the wider city street network. Importantly, the deck provides an uninterrupted cycling and jogging path that promotes exercise and wellbeing – a central goal for the project.

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The site is the only location in Qianhai that has multiple metro stations and high speed rail interlinked to form a major public transportation node. As a result, our design focused on continuity at the underground, ground, and upper levels, ensuring pedestrians have priority and the public spaces face minimal disruptions from traffic and other infrastructure.

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Places to relax and unwind in a rapidly changing city
Within the corridor’s neighbourhood zones, key elements of our urban landscape infrastructure promote and support a wide range of social activities, with a particular focus on relaxation.
There are gardens for quiet reflection or social functions, wet and dry areas for children to play, group exercise areas, piazzas with cafes and restaurants and open venues for outdoor events and art installations.

An engaging mix of arts and entertainment to attract visitors
A major entertainment precinct is located below ground at Silk Road Corridor with connections to the metro concourses, and sunken plazas act as semi-outdoor dining areas and market places.
Together, these attractions add another layer of activity and interest to the ground level and a counterpoint to streets dominated by retail – fulfilling the project’s aim to ‘entertain’ in this section of the precinct.
At the southern end of the development is a new cultural district comprising three pavilion buildings called the M3 Place. It’s an integral part of the park, with outdoor event areas and art plazas.

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Each building here responds to its views, purpose and access to create a range of compelling forms that are part of a common architectural language. HASSELL has been appointed to undertake the architectural design of these three buildings – the client’s headquarter building, a public exhibition hall and multi-use cultural building.

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“We are working with both China Merchants and the government authorities now to further develop the scheme. We know that it will change and what we proposed during the competition stage is a starting point, and we’re looking forward to the design process together with our key stakeholders.” HASSELL Principal, Dennis Ho said.

Silk Road Corridor (Qianhai Mawan Mile)

Location | Shenzhen, China
Client | China Merchants
Designer | HASSELL
Image Credits | HASSELL