The Man-made District

Scandinavian firm Henning Larsen in association with four Chinese studios, Shenzhen Cube Architecture, Swooding Architects, The Urban Planning & Design Institute of Shenzhen and Why Art Projects SL aims to create a new two-square-mile district as a waterfront city in southeast China.

The city district will contain several offices including three signature towers which are to lure companies to move their headquarters to the city. The project will also contain conference facilities and cultural venues in which the highlight would be located on the waterfront.

The studio also aims to tackle the spacing problem by moving a lot of the amenities underground to such a degree that the entire city would be car-free at street level. There will also be the presence of underground shopping arcades, underground tunnels and car parks.

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