Lanzhou Global Harbor Location City: Lanzhou, China

A competition-winning design for an exciting mixed-use landmark in Lanzhou.

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Mixed Use, Retail, Residential, Leisure, Workplace, Hospitality
Yuexing Group


Key Info

A shopping centre, part-covered shopping streets, two 350-metre-high offices, apartments, a hotel
Design competition won

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Themed and contemporary architecture

Our successful competition design for the 900,000m² Lanzhou Global Harbor will create a mixed-use city centre development facing Lanzhou West mainline railway station. The project consists of a shopping centre, vibrant shopping streets, offices, apartments and a hotel within a built environment characterised by a blend of themed and contemporary architectural styles.

350-metre-high towers

The development will include two 350-metre-high landmark towers which will incorporate office, residential and hotel uses. In addition, an office building will sit to the west side of the scheme, with apartment buildings of varying heights to the east - all combining to create a gateway to the city from the high-speed railway station.

A diverse and rich experience

The interior of the multi-level shopping centre component will respond to the character of the highly successful Jiangnan and Shanghai Global Harbor concepts, creating distinctive themed spaces, incorporating facilities for a diverse and rich programme of cultural and entertainment events and activities which will make Lanzhou Global Harbor a shopping and leisure destination for the city and the wider region. Semi-open pedestrian streets have been designed with a variety of styles and spaces to create a complementary destination to the enclosed retail environment.

New urban public spaces

The project creates a new urban public space all around the site, with the landscape design drawing inspiration from formal European gardens - its many characters including a classical garden, a hedge maze, a fountain garden, a monster garden and an urban farm. A Marco Polo-themed park is proposed for the roof of the podium to respond to Lanzhou's history and to create even more experiences for the customers.

The fundamental intention of the design is to create a wide range of experiences in a multi-themed environment offering a vibrant mix of uses.

Chapman Taylor's competition-winning design concept for Yuexing Group follows on from our successful collaborations with them on the award-winning Jiangnan and Shanghai Global Harbor projects.

Johnny Jiang (MArch MDA (Master of Design Arts))

Director, Shanghai and Beijing

Johnny has considerable experience in architectural design in both Germany and China and has led many important, large-scale urban design projects, including both architectural and interior design.

He plays a leading role in some of the Shanghai studio’s most significant urban design projects, and is skilled at combining innovative concepts with the requirements of China's market and the local context. Johnny’s leadership during the construction process, and his strict control of project quality, have been widely praised by clients and partners.

Johnny joined Chapman Taylor’s Shanghai studio as a Director in November 2018.

Areas of expertise:

Architecture / Interior Design / Urban Design / Masterplanning / Mixed-use

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