// arthitectural / mixed use
  • At the core of the site a long multiple-high atrium and associated patios integrate all the buildings and circulation systems in the urban block: it serves as the pre-function zone for the concert hall and convention centre above, as an extension of restaurant and food court area at street level, and it links the public […]


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  • This mixed-use development consists of a 5-storeys retail podium and retail basement of 74,800 sq m and two SoHo 86 m-tall towers housing 1040 individual units. It will bring a fresh air of contemporary urban lifestyle to this outskirt area of Shanghai. The shopping environment with its fluid sequence of spaces, atriums and corridors is […]


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THEEAE’S Team finished the new mixed-use tower in Daegu, South Korea. Its volume consists of the Mission International Church at top level, language institute at level 3, offices at level 2, and coffee shop at level 1 and 2. Its overall gross floor area is around 1,000 sq.m. Design concept began with functional requirements of setback and parking […]


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