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AROUND THE WORLD


A round-up of the latest and most inspiring global construction


projects showcasing industry innovation


JUMEIRAH NANJING HEXI, CHINA Architect: Zaha Hadid Builder: TBA Opens: 2016 Located approximately 40 minutes’ drive from the airport and an hour’s train ride from Shanghai, Jumeirah Nanjing is set in the Hexi new business district and in close proximity to office buildings and a conference centre. The mixed-use development will comprise office and retail space, a conference centre, a four- star hotel and the luxury Jumeirah hotel. The 250- room hotel will include 32 suites, an all-day dining and Chinese speciality restaurant, café, lobby lounge, tea lounge, bar, ballroom, executive club lounge, business centre, fitness centre, a Talise Spa and an indoor pool.


CROWN GREEN SQUARE SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA Architect: Koichi Takada Architects Builder: Crown Group Opens: 2018 This scheme aims to engage the public through architecture and to become a seamless mix of public and residential activities. The design features two intertwined loops: one designed to open on to the public plaza and streetscape, which will include a two-storey retail precinct with a range of food outlets. This loop provides an iconic and recognisable shape in the Sydney skyline. The residential loop, oriented due north, lets sun and breeze into the public loop and central courtyard all year round, making it an inviting space for the public to gather.


STADIO DELLA ROMA, ROME, ITALY Architect: Woods Bagot Builder: Parsitalia Opens: 2016, for 2016/17 Serie A season Rome’s new Stadio della Roma, located at Tor di Valle, is set to be Italy’s premier state-of-the-art football stadium. With 52,500 seats, and focused on both intimacy and “home pitch advantage”, the design integrates one of international football’s most tightly organised seating bowls with world-class amenities and technology. This modern-day Colosseum will also be a 365-day-a-year destination of shops, restaurants and bars, including a Nike Superstore and an AS Roma Hall of Fame.


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