Xiaoli Station and Urban Area Location City: Xiong'an, China

Sectors:
Masterplanning, Mixed Use, Transportation
Services:
Architecture
Studios:
Shanghai
Client:
Xiong'an New District Planning & Construction Bureau

Certifications:

A railway station integrated with the city and a linear park.

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Key Info

Includes:
Xiaoli railway station, a themed mall, various F&B options, co-working spaces, business centres, a library, community facilities, a health centre, a station sky garden, plazas, a rain garden, a cultural park and a pedestrian bridge.
Area:
168 hectares
Status:
Masterplan concept stage

Multi-layered connectivity in a green urban district

The Xiaoli Station and Urban Area masterplan envisages a new, green urban district which focuses on Xiaoli Station and the nearby Intercity Station, around which a mix of uses are strategically placed according to 15-Minute Living principles. The stations lie on an east-west axis which, along with its north-south counterpart, hosts a continuous urban green landscape. The development creates multi-layered connections around well-defined axes, creating a unique identity for the area while integrating harmoniously with our wider masterplan for the city.

Vertical communities

The new stations are functionally efficient and multi-layered, with easy connections for bus, metro and pedestrian travel. The designs allow for smooth pedestrian flows and well-defined surrounding block functions, including retail, office, R&D, cultural and educational spaces. The stations create vertical communities which correspond on multiple levels with the surrounding urban area and the counterpart station. Each level has its own role, including retail, leisure and entertainment space, green space, workplaces, bus stations, taxi and metro options and railway connections, ensuring everything that residents at the upper levels and surrounding areas need can be found in one place.

A strong mix of uses and amenities

Xiaoli Station will be surrounded by various F&B options, co-working spaces, business centres, a library, community facilities and a health centre, among other provisions. The diverse green spaces will include a station sky garden, plazas, a rain garden, a cultural park and a pedestrian bridge.

A variety of public spaces

The dense configuration of streets and alleys in the district are home to several traditional and permeable courtyard spaces in which people can relax and socialise. There are also multi-level waterfront footpaths, parkland walkways and rooftop gardens. The development will be ecologically sustainable, with sponge city strategies for managing rainwater and the extensive green space reducing the urban heat island effect.

Chapman Taylor's Shanghai studio designed this transport-orientated masterplan for Xiaoli Station and Urban Area in Xiong’an.

Yichun Xu (M.U.P.)

Associate Director, Shanghai

Graduating from the University of Michigan (Postgraduate) and Nanjing University (Undergraduate), Yichun has 4 years of experience working in New York, and 3 years of experience working in China, before joining Chapman Taylor in 2018.

As an expert in the Chinese market, she has worked on a wide range of design projects including largescale masterplans, urban design projects, tourism planning, station design, landscape design and architecture projects.

Areas of expertise:

Masterplanning / Urban Design / Project Management

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