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YORKVILLE – THE RING, CHINA LEAD8


Lead8 have announced their appointment to Hongkong Land’s recently unveiled ‘Yorkville – The Ring’ scheme in Chongqing – an innovative retail development possessing one of the largest indoor botanic gardens in China. The commercial development occupies a total of 430,000 m2 154,000 m2


with approximately dedicated to the seven-level mall, 14,000 m2 grade A’ office building, and 6,000 m2 to the retail street, 111,000 m2 to the ‘super to the indoor botanic garden. Allowing visitors to feel as though


“they have walked into a rainforest,” in the words of the designers, the indoor botanic garden will feature three distinct themes – the Soul Tree, the Aerial Forest and the Riverside Hills. The garden has a 24- metre airborne waterfall that will nourish over 70,000 plants of over 300 different species.


ONE BANGKOK, THAILAND LEAD8


Lead8 has been appointed to the renowned international team designing One Bangkok, the highly-anticipated future development that delivers 1.83 million m2


square of integrated


MATRIX 1, THE NETHERLANDS MVRDV


Located in the heart of Amsterdam Science Park is MVRDV’s design for Matrix 1, an office and laboratory complex that combines standard laboratories with “playful and spacious social areas”. The design has been achieved with a zigzagging staircase that is inspired by, and is an extension of, the network of paths on the campus. The spacious stairwell forms the social heart of the building and is fully visible to the outside world thanks to the glass facade. Matrix 1’s stairwell “will allow scientific workers to feel pampered in the same way that has become normal in the tech sector,” greeting users immediately upon entering the building, and operating as “a perfect meeting place to stimulate interaction between different users”. Entrances on both sides of the building are also connected via a large, inviting atrium.


mixed-use accommodation on a 16 hectare site in the heart of Bangkok. One Bangkok will be Thailand’s largest integrated development comprising premium grade A office buildings, luxury and lifestyle hotels, luxury residential towers, interconnected retail precincts, art and cultural hubs, and public space. The development is expected to accommodate up to 200,000 people daily following its full completion in 2026. One Bangkok aims to be the first LEED- Neighborhood Development Platinum development in Thailand. There will be eight hectares of green and open spaces, with architecture and tropical planting “seamlessly intertwined to establish a tranquil setting in a vertical environment”. An urban green park, combined with a network of pedestrian streets and alleyways, sky parks and public plazas will “become a new global and ‘people-centric’ landmark destination”.


ADF SEPTEMBER 2019


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