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Kingkey Tower/Beijing South/Sheraton Dameisha/China National Petroleum HQ, China

Terry Farrell strikes gold in ChinaTerry Farrell strikes gold in China



As the world goes Olympics mad, Farrell has been making his own contribution to Chinese development

 

With a roof area the size of 20 football pitches, the vast Beijing South Railway Station is the largest station in Asia and a core Olympic project which opens next week. Home to new high speed rail lines between Olympic venues, the station is China’s largest and embodies innovative architecture and rigorous design. It is designed for an annual passenger turnover of 105 million by the year 2030, with a peak-hour flow of 30,800 passengers.

The station’s low-rise roof includes a 30,000 m2 skylight that maximises natural light into the station and conserves energy. Outside, the station makes a generous contribution to the public realm and significantly enhances the neighbourhood character of the surrounding area. Its unique, contemporary form has given the city a dynamic new landmark as well as a vital improvement to China’s infrastructure.

Currently under construction, the Kingkey Finance Tower will be Shenzhen’s tallest building at over 100 storeys and one of the highest mixed-use buildings in the world. At 493m, it will be taller than the Petronas Towers in Malaysia. Its visually slim form allows for high efficiency levels, while the sophisticated cladding enables the tower to maintain an optimum interior environment while minimising solar heat gain. The Tower is linked to a large shopping mall which in turn connects directly to a metro station, and will contain offices, a six-star luxury hotel and conference facilities with a roof-top lobby. Kingkey Tower is set to become both an attraction and a catalyst for further growth in China’s most successful economic zone.

China’s largest (and the world’s second largest) company commissioned Farrells to design a prestigious new headquarters. Farrells’ design response is a building that reflects the company’s identity and success while incorporating many important sustainability features. Four 24-storey buildings rise from a common podium, becoming lighter and more open towards the top of the building as the amount of glazing increases. The building is an elegant example of modern architecture in Beijing using the latest building technology.

Those seeking rest and relaxation away from the Olympics can travel to Farrell’s award-winning and luxurious Sheraton Dameisha Resort in Shenzhen – sited on a 2.5km beach with 368 rooms, exhibition and conference facilities, restaurants, a spa and fitness centre. The building curves around its site like a traditional Chinese dragon, ensuring that all rooms have ocean views. The building has already won an award for the Best Waterfront Developer/Best Waterfront Development in China.

The hotel’s five-star pedigree, landmark architecture and stunning natural qualities are expected to attract regular tourists from China and around the world, helping to establish China as a resort destination.

Sir Terry Farrell said: “I am extremely proud of my practice’s global achievements. Whether in transport and infrastructure, leisure or commerce, these buildings show that we are producing world-class buildings for major global clients. If architecture were an Olympic sport, Britain would be racing ahead. I am proud that my firm is up there on the podium

As the world's olympians head to Beijing for the 2008 Olympic Games, architect Sir Terry Farrell is busy with his own spot of world-beating achievements in China. Here we run through a collection of four of the best buildings by the British architect in China.
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Bundeena Housing Project, Sydney, Australia

First stages complete on beach residences

Tony Owen NDM complete phase 1 of the Bundeena Housing Project near Sydney

The project is a collection of 15 stylish beach houses set in a pristine bushland setting. The site itself is just back from the beach and has stunning views of Port Hacking and Hastings Beach. What is unique about this development is that each house has been designed as if it were a stand-alone luxury designer home.

There are, however, a few coastal towns that have maintained this ‘holiday feel’ but are on Sydney’s doorstep. Bundeena, set in the pristine bushland of the Royal National Park south of Sydney, is one such place. Because Bundeena is surrounded by national park and cannot grow, it has retained its intimate and undeveloped charm, yet it has some of the most stunning views in NSW.

Tony Owen says, “You may find one-off contemporary beach houses like this in Sydney, but it is unique to find 15 purpose-built houses grouped together in this way.

"There are three different house types depending on the location, the slope and the shape of the land. Stage 1 are the ‘cross-over house’,” Owen says. In this house, the top floor, which contains the living areas, is oriented east/west and the lower level bedrooms run north/south. This allows the house to sit into the slope with minimal impact. The top floor maximises exposure to the northern sun whilst the lower level is directed toward the beach. This design allows for a large north facing deck area in front of the living room which sits above the bedrooms. Thus simple sustainable principles result in a very sculptural form.

The houses have been conceived specifically for the design-conscious city dweller. The site is sometimes quite steep so the houses have been designed on poles to touch the ground lightly and have minimum impact on the environment.

Owen says:"The houses have a progressive feel with clean contemporary lines. We sought to create a stylish lifestyle, but at the same time the houses are clad in timber and natural materials so that they fit into the natural landscape. We also designed the houses using principles of sustainable design. We always said that we should have a house where a water tank would not look out of place”. Because the site has a strong bushland character, the landscape is integral to the design

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