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KAMJZ Proposes Sustainable Ruichang Flower Market for China

12:00 - 18 July, 2015
KAMJZ Proposes Sustainable Ruichang Flower Market for China, Courtesy of KAMJZ Architects
Courtesy of KAMJZ Architects

KAMJZ have unveiled their proposal for the UIA’s MOLEWA (Mount Lu Estate of World Architecture) competition, which tasked participants with designing several cultural and commercial complexes near one of the world’s largest flower theme parks in Ruichang, China. Titled Ruichang Flower Market, KAMJZ's design contemplates a series of shopping streets with high-end, as well as more vernacular shopping spaces, in particular a specialty area carrying flowers grown in the neighboring Flower Theme Park, traditional crafts, and souvenirs.

Zeller & Moye Designs "Flower Terraces" Housing in Ruichang

16:00 - 19 June, 2015
Zeller & Moye Designs "Flower Terraces" Housing in Ruichang, Courtesy of Zeller & Moye
Courtesy of Zeller & Moye

Mexico City and Berlin-based Zeller & Moye has won the international competition MOLEWA (Mount Lu Estate of World Architecture) to design new housing in Ruichang. Organized by UIA (Unión Internacional de Arquitectos) and Hua Yan Group, the competition received entries from more than 40 countries.

With an "innovative housing design that sets new standards in low-energy use," Zeller & Moye's "Flower Terraces" will be built in the heart of the circular Chinese city by 2016.

Read on to learn more about the competition-winning project. 

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