25 articles avec urban-design-architecture
As a keen collector, Parkview Green will not only bring Dali, but a whole host of other valuable and notable works of art from around the world for you to enjoy year round.
Parkview Green is home to the most unique and biggest private collection of Salvador Dali’s work outside of Barcelona, placing us as a major player in the international art community.
The highlight of having office projects in this building is that I could visit this place on a regular basis, during site visits.
Unlike traditional office towers, each of the towers at Parkview Green has a vestibule, open gardens and balconies, and the pedestrian bridges between the towers are integrated into a single entity so as to create a comfortable, attractive office environment.
It is actually one of China's largest sustainable architecture project and the first structure in Beijing designed to be environmentally sustainable. The building has achieved Platinium certification.
Gross Floor Area: 200 000sqm,
Height: 87m - 87000 Office space, 56000 Retail, rest is hotel and F&B. They also have an art gallery.
Architects: Integrated Design Associates (IDA) http://www.integrateddesign.co.uk/
About PVG: http://www.parkviewgreen.com
9 Dongdaqiao Rd, 朝阳区, Beijing, China
Portal del Sur - Youth Hostels - Buenos Aires
Hipólito Yrigoyen 855, Buenos Aires Centro, Argentina
+54 11 4342 8788
Very well located, in San Telmo – the oldest barrio of Buenos Aires. Walking distance to shops (Carrefour market & other local stores) and subway station
4 storey high old building with nice indoor design
Good vibes, friendly staff. The common lounge area and rooftop are perfect to mix and mingle with other travelers
Areas of improvement
Noisy (AC machine/lounge area at night)
Showers in poor conditions
Common rooms are small, uncomfortable beds
Sanlitun was completed in 2008 - If I remember well, just before the Olympic games (where was I hanging out in BJ before this shopping area was created?) The complex, consisting of 19 low rise buildings, is comprised of retail space and a hotel - the Opposite House. There are over 140 stores in the Village and around 70 in the North section. Pictures of this area and the hotel will come soon - I just acquired a new wide-angle lens (11-16mmm) so be ready for more architectural/interior/landcape pictures...
The design concept was led by the The Oval Partnership (www.ovalpartnership.com)
Architects include: The Oval Partnership (HK), Kengo Kuma (Japan), Sako (Japan), LOT-EK (USA) and SHoP (USA)
Developer and management - Swire Properties (80% for retail, 20% is Gateway China Fund) http://www.swireproperties.com ; More about Sanlitun: http://www.sanlitunvillage.com/eng
Taken with Iphone
Location: 29 North Dongsanhuan Road Chaoyang, Beijing, 100027, China
Architect: MAD Architects
Structural & Mechanical Engineers: Beijing Institute of Architectural Design (BIAD)
Façade/cladding consultants: King General Engineering, SuP Ingenieure GmbH
Interior Designers: Lim.Teo + Wilkes Design Works Pte Ltd
Landscape Designer: Earthasia Design Group
site area: 7,779 sqm
building area: 56,994 sqm
building height: 106 m
Presently accepting reservations for arrival May 15, 2013 and beyond.