Tag: China

New public park and hotel gardens in Shanghai incorporate recovered camphor trees

New public park and hotel gardens in Shanghai incorporate recovered camphor trees

Using over a thousand heritage camphor trees recovered from a site near Jiangxi, the park and gardens, designed by UK landscape designer Dan Pearson, will form a connected green space amidst a rising wave of urban development.

The TaiPing Bridge project involved the reconstruction of a three-hundred-year-old bridge, reimagining it as a public meeting place with seating and planting.
Practice | Jillian Walliss | 25 Jan 2018

China as a laboratory for change

Design and research collaborative Rural Urban Framework is responding to the Chinese government’s urbanization agenda by working with rural Chinese communities to contribute positively to social, economic and spatial transformations.

The museum building, designed by architects Studio Odile Decq, is nestled into the contours of the heavily quarried hillside.
Review | Ricky Ray Ricardo and Hannah Wolter | 18 Apr 2017

Terra antiqua: Angus Bruce on the Nanjing Tangshan Geopark Museum landscape

Working in parallel with French architects Studio Odile Decq, Hassell has designed an immersive and tactile landscape outside the Chinese city of Nanjing.