a+u Architecture and Urbanism Magazine

a+u Asia Edition: Urban Regeneration/ Shanghai

a+u Asia Edition: Urban Regeneration/ Shanghai


206 Pages / 292mm x 219mm / English / Chinese



a+u Asia Edition 2016:05

Urban Regeneration,
Emerging Movement within Shanghai

1 The Outline of Shanghai

10 What Kind of City is Shanghai?
24 Shanghai Aims at “Urban Regeneration”
Essay 1: The Urban Regeneration in Shanghai
Zheng Shiling
Essay 2: Thoughts on the Urban Regeneration Issues and
Transformation of Land Use Patterns in Shanghai
He Fang
Essay 3: A Recipe for Tokyo’s Urban Regeneration
Takayuki Kishii
Essay 4: New York City: A Look at Urban Regeneration
Through Recent Projects
Jill N. Lerner

2 Challenges of Shanghai: The Trajectory of China Fortune Properties Group

Departure from an Industrial-led Economy

55 Expansion into Real Estate and the Background
Behind It
Interview: Practitioners of Urban Regeneration
Mao Chen
62 Looking Towards the Surroundings and the City
64 Envisioning the Future of China Fortune Properties Group’s Own Land and City
70 A Vision and Mission for Making the City
Statement: Regeneration, Quality, Wisdom, Sharing
Cao Yu

Implementation in the Home Grounds of the Caohejing Area

81 Next-generation Commercial Office Buildings
Contribution: Sharing New Vision of the Office Building
102 Changing the Urban Environment
Through Symbiosis with Nature
Contribution: A Development Idea of Natural, Open and Balance
Zhu Xiaofeng / Scenic Architecture Office
116 Fine Management to Successfully Drive the
Essay: Idea, Innovation and Management
Shen Bing
120 Embodying the Significance of Green Space for the City
Contribution: Demanding Higher Quality Office Space
128 Contributing to the Surroundings
by Opening the Landscape
Contribution: What Investment into the Architectural Quality of the Project will Lead to
Jacques Ferrier Architecture
146 Social Contribution Using the Network
with Architects
148 Integrated Development Across Several Sites
154 Proposing a New Style of Working

Application and Development in Other Sites

163 Thinking about Behavior Towards the Surroundings
168 Complementing to a Landscape
that is Representative of Shanghai
174 How to Build High-density Volumes
that Coexist with the Surroundings
Contribution: “Human Centered” Philosophy
Shogo Onodera/SANAA
180 Organizing the Whole Environment
Through Building Placement
182 Proposing Buildings Matching the Developing
Contribution: Pursuing the Spiritual Pleasure of Users
Liu Yuyang / Atelier Liu Yuyang Architects

3 The Vision of China Fortune Properties Group and the Future of Shanghai

192 Planning Different Applications in One Area
197 New Initiatives to Change the Development of Shanghai
Essay: Innovative Development Model for
Urban Regeneration Planning
Jia Cong

202 Profile
206 Credits