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WOLEN Dentistry / Pure's Design

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  • Interior Designers: Pure's Design
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  400
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: 塔洛佐, 大匠铸鼎, 铂多

Sasaki Completes Master Plan for New Urban District next to Wuhan's High-Speed Rail

Designed by Sasaki in collaboration with an interdisciplinary team including Arup, JLL, and the Wuhan Planning Institute, the Wuhan Yangchun Lake Business District master plan was approved by the city. Imagining “a progressive yet realistic vision for the district”, the project, a landscape-forward urban blueprint, will define Wuhan’s next generation of growth.

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The World's Answer to the Lack of Medical Facilities: Temporary and Convertible Hospitals

Vista de pájaro del hospital montado en IFEMA. Image Cortesía de COMUNIDAD DE MADRID
Vista de pájaro del hospital montado en IFEMA. Image Cortesía de COMUNIDAD DE MADRID

Just 2 months ago, the city of Wuhan, China announced the construction of Wuhan Huoshenshan Hospital, adding 1,000 beds, 30 ICUs, and new isolation wards to the city's medical arsenal to combat the Coronavirus epidemic. The building was completed in under 10 days by a team of 7,000 construction workers, a far cry from the reality many countries are facing as they scramble to quell the outbreak and wrestle with the shortcomings of their own healthcare systems. With over 14,000 dead and more than 300,000 infected worldwide, not to mention a shortage of medical supplies and facilities, health systems across the globe are feeling the strain of preparing for a crisis.

Wuhan's Temporary Hospitals Close as Risk of Coronavirus Decreases

While the risk of COVID-19 is increasing everywhere in the world, the stable situation in Wuhan allowed officials to stop operations in the newly settled temporary hospitals to fight the Coronavirus outbreak.

China Completes Hospital in 10 Days to Fight Coronavirus

China's Wuhan City has completed construction of the 1,000-bed Wuhan Huoshenshan Hospital in under ten days. Built to treat coronavirus patients, the hospital aims to build off the previous construction of Beijing Xiaotangshan Hospital in just a week's time back in 2003. The final project was finished by a 7,000-member crew, and the hospital received its first patients on Monday morning.

China is Building a Hospital in 6 Days to Fight Coronavirus

The government of Wuhan City in China has decided to build a 1,000 bed hospital in six days to fight the recent coronavirus outbreak. The project aims builds off the previous construction of Beijing Xiaotangshan Hospital in just a week's time back in 2003. As the quarantined Wuhan City's existing hospitals are overwhelmed, they have turned to social media for medical supplies and have begun to turn away patients.

Liangyou Red Town Art Design Center(ADC) / UAO design

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  • Architects: UAO Design
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  4891
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019

UAO Power Office / UAO Design

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  • Architects: UAO Design
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  474
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019

Write Box Showroom / UAO Design

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Wuhan, China
  • Architects: UAO Design
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019

Haiyang Village / EXH Design

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  • Architects: EXH Design
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  6894
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019

PACO Restaurant / Pure's Design

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© Xiaokai Zhang

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  • Interior Designers: Pure's Design
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  680
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019

Zones Design Office / Zones Design

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  • Interior Designers: Zones Design
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  350
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2018
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: LG-nw100, 东拓, 十八纸

Island Friends / Advanced Architecture Lab[AaL] + WIKI

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Wuhan, China

Wuhan Huashan Library / GLA

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Wuhan, China
  • Architects: GLA
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  1540
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2018
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: CSYPE, WACANG, Wuhan Fumeiyuan

Sasaki Transform the Yangtze Waterfront with Flood-Friendly Masterplan

Sasaki has released details of their redevelopment proposal for the Yangtze Riverfront Park in Wuhan, China. Developed in collaboration with OMA and Gensler, Sasaki has drawn on the centuries-old symbiosis between the city and river, leveraging the river’s dynamic flooding to nurture a rich regional ecology and create dynamic recreational experiences.

The endeavor in landscape urbanism seeks to celebrate the river’s spontaneity, and incorporate flooding as an essential element. Stitching together then OMA and Gensler “urban balconies,” a series of microenvironments will host a wide variety of distinct wetland ecosystems, the characters of which evolve throughout the seasons.

The City of Wuhan is re-envisioning one of the world’s largest riverfront parks to embrace flooding as an essential dynamic of the public realm.. Image Courtesy of SasakiThe reimagined vision for the park reunites the river with the city and its people.. Image Courtesy of SasakiSite Plan. Image Courtesy of SasakiThe decommissioned freight train ferry terminal is an example of adaptive reuse which offers new experiences while referencing the industrial legacy of the waterfront.. Image Courtesy of Sasaki+ 21

Tencent (Wuhan) R&D Center / GN

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© Qingshan Wu

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  • Architects: GN
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  75000
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2016

Wuhan Northwest Lake Shuangxi / Shanghai Dushe Architectural Design

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