Shijiazhuang International Convention and Exhibition Centre

Mixed-Use Project in Northern China Rethinks Traditional and Organic Forms

Shijiazhuang International Convention and Exhibition Centre is a mixed-use project in northern China slated as a cultural destination. The overall design is characterized by surrounding field patterns and the traditional “broken ice” pattern of Chinese screen designs to integrate with adjacent sites. Comprised of a five-star hotel, serviced apartments, offices, and a 330-meter-high tower, the mixed-use design intertwines exhibition and convention areas. The masterplan also includes other amenities for locals, which includes a city park, and restaurant and retail spaces so the space stays active all year round. Surrounding the entire site is a man-made body of water that will feed into the nearby Hutuo River.

Details.

Client

Shijiazhuang Municipal Government

Address

Shijiazhuang, China

Area

TBD

Status

TBD

Completion Date

TBD

Awards

2012 Asia Pacific Property Awards, Five Star Best Public Service Architecture 

2011 Cityscape Awards for Architecture in Emerging Markets, Commercial/Mixed-Use Future Project Award, Highly Commended


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