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EVREUX THEATER, FRANCE OPUS 5 ARCHITECTES


In Évreux, Normandy, OPUS 5 architectes have renovated a theatre, ‘Legendre.’ The project aimed to restore the 1903 building to its former glory, in its original architectural style, and including the design of a new decor for the lobby. Prior to its restoration, the theatre’s southern facade was in state of ruin and bore traces of past damage. Its restoration was done in such a way as to remove a succession of modifications, and to restore its original proportions by recreating the brick and silex facings, and initial apertures. The program included full upgrading to current standards for theatres and the adaptations required for operating contemporary stage sets.


NINGBO NEW LIBRARY, CHINA SCHMIDT HAMMER LASSEN


ZHONGSHAN OCT HARBOUR, CHINA LWK + PARTNERS


China’s Zhongshan OCT Harbour, master planned and designed by LWK + Partners, broke ground in early 2020. The project is “envisioned to serve as a dynamic recreational destination on the west coast of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area,” said the architects. The harbour will feature a theme park, retail areas, residences, hotel accommodation, entertainment facilities and offices on both sides of the river. LWK teamed up with Shenzhen and Chongqing studios to create an “urban cultural hub for the community,” incorporating river ecology and sustainability considerations along with business opportunities. Concerns for ecological conservation and healthy living are rooted in the project to promote a new urban lifestyle with diverse waterscapes and built spaces, in an area undergoing regeneration. Spanning a site of nearly 300,000 m2


, the project is scheduled to open in 2023.


Ningbo New Library is located 200 kilometres south of Shanghai at the centre of Ningbo. The new library, with its “open, accessible architecture,” aims to double the number of daily visitors and “become the cultural heart of the community,” said the architects. As well as the main collections, the building includes a main lobby, plus reader services, children’s library, 24- hour library, a library for the visually impaired, two lecture halls, a cafe, and a ‘grand reading room.’ The ground floor is visually open on all sides, connecting it to an external public plaza and a landscaped ecological park and lake.


Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects has completed its first library project in China. The 31,800 m2


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