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DAtrans Architecture Office | Highstreet Loft Wedding Theme Park

Urban Design DAtrans Architecture Office | Highstreet Loft Wedding Theme Park

Highstreet Loft Wedding Theme Park, transferred from the former Chemical Fiber Plant, is located next to the Forest Park in the northeast of city. To emphasize the main theme and the urban historic context, we finally determine the western wedding theme as the priority design origin and the Chinese wedding theme as the secondary one: the western wedding ceremony will be interpreted through a series of the white buildings with the landscapes; the Chinese will be expressed by a series of the red installations.

DAtrans Architecture Office | Highstreet Loft Wedding Theme Park

DAtrans Architecture Office | Highstreet Loft Wedding Theme Park

DAtrans Architecture Office | Highstreet Loft Wedding Theme ParkAt the entrance celebration square all the newly integrated buildings and landscape incl. the wide pavement, the grassy slope and water wall, are constructed to have a harmony dialog with the reserved historic pavilion and the wisteria and trees. Meanwhile, the “Red Carpet”, linked the square and courtyards, leads the visitors to discover and experience the dialog between the artificial and natural, the old and new during their wandering.

Location:1436 Jungong Rd, Shanghai, China
Architect: DAtrans Architecture Office
Type: Architecture
Status: Project
Client: the 5th chemical fiber factory of Shanghai
Design Period: 05.2011 – 01.2012
Construction: 06.2012 – 01.2013
Plot Area: 77856sqm
Gross Renovation Area: 63,000sqm
Gross Building Area:510sqm
Program: Exhibition, Service, Public Art
Structure: Reinforced concrete structures
Main Material: Reinforced concrete, glass walls, GRC and Epoxy terrazzo
Design: CHEN Xudong, WEN Yifeng, Ronnie Bertocchi, CHEN Yang, SHA Shaolei
Local Collaborator: Shanghai Textile Design Institute
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