New images of Chapman Taylor's designs for Jinqiao urban development in Shanghai

New and more detailed images have been created to show Chapman Taylor's design for a central part of a new urban development at Jinqiao in Shanghai.

In 2018, Chapman Taylor won a high-profile design competition for two retail-led blocks in the new mixed-use development.

The competition involved the design of nine building blocks overall, with 19 designers from 14 of the world’s best-known masterplanners and architects of mixed-use developments taking part. The competition was part of a collaborative process aimed at producing a new world-class, mixed-use district for Shanghai.

Peter Mackey and Main Board Director Chris Lanksbury designed the two winning blocks. Chapman Taylor was the only firm awarded two blocks in the competition.

The aim is to open all nine blocks of the landmark 1,000,000m² urban regeneration development within four years.

Jinqiao is a good illustration of just how well-positioned Chapman Taylor is in China, and of the excellent reputation we have gained. Chapman Taylor is now considered to be one of the leading international firms of architects in China.

Peter Mackey (Diploma in Architecture)

Director, Shanghai

Peter has worked with Chapman Taylor in China since 2004 and is a Director of our Shanghai studio, responsible for the studio's management.

Peter qualified in 1993 from Sheffield University with a Diploma in Architecture and spent a number of years working in the UK before moving to Hong Kong.

With over 20 years' design experience, Peter specialises in the interior design and architecture of leisure, retail, F&B and hospitality environments.

Areas of expertise:

Masterplanning / Interiors

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