Botanical gardens „Chenshan“ | Auer+Weber+Assoziierte

Shanghai
Project Botanical gardens „Chenshan“ Shanghai, China
Auer+Weber+Assoziierte with Straub+Thurmayr Landschaftsarchitekten, Freising and Valentien+Valentien Landschaftsarchitekten, Wessling
Completion 2010
Area 202 ha
Gross area 73.200sqm
Building costs € 65,0 Mio.
Photography Jan SiefkeDescription The architectural and building components, like the reception building, the nurseries and the research centre, are integrated into the continuum of a band-like garden circle. They sublimate the idea of a garden and within the whole park produce places with unique characters. The important buildings are embedded into the wider areas of the band and become parts of the modelled landscape. With their dynamic forms in both floor plans and elevations as well as their materials changing from concrete as bearer of the landscape level and glass as transparent filling elements, they integrate naturally into the narration of the landscape architecture.
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