Mixed-Used Masterplan of YueHaiWanJia Commercial District / SURE Architecture

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The mixed-used masterplan of YueHaiWanJia commercial district aims at combining shops, restaurants, leisure, museum, bars, KTV, cinema, hotels and children amusement together in the same place. Designed by SURE Architecture, they were able to create a new amusement and attraction place for all kinds of people. With the idea of the European City context, overlapped with the Stamp of Xi Xia, which has a historic influence for this city, the result is an interesting layout and space to enjoy for people of all ages. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Yinchuan is a large City in the Northwest of China. Yinchuan City has an implied meaning of history transmission and multicultural, and here is where we can feel close to the Arab World owing to the big amount of Muslim culture that you can find.

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In the other hand we create a mixed of different culture with 3 different feeling in 3 different plazas: contemporary and modern architecture, old European style and Muslim style. All of them combined and working together in the same masterplan, will provide a new complex space where Families can enjoy different cultures.

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Architects: SURE Architecture Location: Yinchuan, Ningxia, China Design Team: Kam Fai Tai, Alina Valcarce, Carlos Gonzalez, Quentin Francois Client: Construction Group Real Estate Company Project: Materplan Size: Approx. 220 Hectareas

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Cite: Alison Furuto. "Mixed-Used Masterplan of YueHaiWanJia Commercial District / SURE Architecture" 26 Sep 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/275441/mixed-used-masterplan-of-yuehaiwanjia-commercial-district-sure-architecture> ISSN 0719-8884

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