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Datong Sports Center – Datong, China

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Building: Datong Sports Center
Location: Datong, China
Architect: CCDIPOPULOUS
Completion: 2019

The project is valued at 1.2 billion yuan ($171 Million USD), and has a total construction area of 101,700 square meters (1,094,292 square feet). It consists of four main buildings: stadium, gymnasium, swimming pool and comprehensive training hall. It is mainly used for regional and national competitions.

 

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November 7, 2019 at 1:35 pm

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Karamay Digital Network Control Center – Karamay, China

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Building: Karamay Digital Network Control Center
Location: Karamay, China
Architects: Shanghai HuaDu Architecture and Urban Design Group (HDD)
Completion: 2018
Structural Design: Zhen Zhou, Zhili Yuan, Guoxun Wang, Yongqiang Zhang, Xiaozhe Qi, Meiqi Li
Electrical Design: Fusheng Ren, Xiaoqing Zhang, Ge Zhang, Lihua Wu, Yuhao Cao, Yu Chen
HVAC Design: Yuliang Chai, Lingsong Cheng, Dongyang Qu, Tao Luo

 

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November 7, 2019 at 1:35 pm

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Beijing Patent Center – Beijing, China

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Building: Beijing Patent Center
Location: Beijing, China
Architect: China Architecture and Design Research Group
Construction: Beijing Urban Construction Group, Jang Ho
Interior Design: Beijing Gangyuan Decoration design and Research Institute Co., Ltd.
Landscape Design: Beijing Tsinghua Tongheng planning design and Research Institute Co., Ltd.
Developer: National Intellectual Property Administration

AE Interests: In an effort to provide a quiet and comfortable environment for research and development, the Beijing Patent Center employs the use of an open and flexible three dimension garden, making nature a central aspect of the complex.

 

Written by nwthompsona

November 7, 2019 at 1:35 pm

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