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Masterplan for the Honghe Project / AECOM

Masterplan for the Honghe Project / AECOM
Courtesy of AECOM
Courtesy of AECOM

Commissioned by the Golden Harbor Group, the design for the masterplan for the Honghe project by AECOM is aimed to help Longgang, an emerging area of Shenzhen, to function positively on the city’s renovation and upgrading. Located in a new rising area, the project covers the south area of the main venue for last year’s University Games. Their design will not only become the complex of services in east Shenzhen, but will lead the development of sports and mice industries, which will also be important for Shenzhen to become the base radiation to the development of east Guangdong Province. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Since the University Games were held in Longgang last year, the area, when experiencing quick development, faces the challenges of guiding its development towards high-end value chain, high-techindustry, and indigenous innovation industries, including the scientific and technological research of advanced manufacture and enterprise incubating. Additionally, the modern service industry, including the information exchange, businesses andtrade, consulting and services, technology trade and career training, will become the core industry in the future.

Courtesy of AECOM
Courtesy of AECOM

Introducing its global resources and multi-disciplinary expertise and knowledge, AECOM will turn the area into agreen industry cluster of ecology, environmental protection and energy saving, with high-end hotels, office buildings, grand commercial center, convention and related services and luxury residential blocks planned. The area will become anew attraction and also a city name card of technology and finance to theworld.

Courtesy of AECOM
Courtesy of AECOM

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Cite: Alison Furuto. "Masterplan for the Honghe Project / AECOM" 21 May 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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