Xuzhou Suning Plaza Proposal / Aedas

  • 19 May 2013
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Connecting time and space with the ‘lucky cloud’, the Aedas designed Suning Plaza is interpreted as magical and delightful, bringing history to life in . Located in the ‘Imperial Emperor’s Town’ of China, the changing of forms inspires reverie and the oval buildings reflect the union of masculine and feminine qualities as well as power and gentleness. More images and architects’ description after the break.

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The ring shaped design represents the formation of atmosphere. The hard and soft lines symbolize the co-existence of strength and elegance. The project, with a site area of 44,338 square meters, comprises a five-star hotel, Grade-A office and SOHO buildings as well as serviced apartments.

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With construction commenced in 2012, the plaza is expected to be a keyhole to the future development of the city upon completion in 2016.

Architect: Aedas
Location: Xuzhou, China
Client: Xuzhou Suning Real Estate Co., Ltd.
Gross Floor Area: 486,550 square meters
Site Area: 44,338 square meters

Cite: Furuto, Alison. "Xuzhou Suning Plaza Proposal / Aedas" 19 May 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 22 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=372795>
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  • Witkowski Boguslaw

    It is rather boring and nothing to do with Zaha Hadid’s Soho Galaxy in Beijing ;-(

  • rabbit

    boring….

  • Tim Sylar

    :( So boring…

  • Hills

    Poor

  • kevin

    I cant believe there was so much controvesy around that Chinese firm that proposed a “zaha copy” and this is clearly MORE of a copy if you ask me.

  • mukui

    lacks scale