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Zhangjiawo SOHO – RhineScheme

The triangular shaped plot is intended to be an extension of ‘Society Hill’ residential community and a natural continuation of Zhangjiawo urban development.

The site called ‘plot 0’ is located in the north of ‘Society Hill’ residential project equally planned by RhineScheme (former: Rheinschiene), just opposite of its third and last construction stage. Target group of this development is young people who can just afford their very first apartment.

Location
Tianjin Zhangjiawo / China
Client
National Real Estate Development Co., Ltd. (Tianjin)
Design
2009-2010
Site area / GFA
2.0 ha / 39,600 m²
Main planning aim was hence to create a vivid, modern c …

Main planning aim was hence to create a vivid, modern community which mainly appeals to the younger generation. Clearly recognizable clusters with semi-public courtyards create a friendly and communicative, at the same time safe living space.

The proposed typology of buildings is reflecting wishes and possibilities of young people – medium and small-sized apartments with a big variety of additional spaces: as private gardens, terraces, balconies – all of them bright and with good solar conditions.
Affordable (first) apartments with these qualities are rare to find, making this project an exceptionally good choice for young people.

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Scope of services
Schematic urban and building design
Design team
Wolf Loebel, Ran Li, Yang Liu, Marta Niedbalec