Throughout the world, modern cities operate from a mentality organized primarily around automobiles, not people. Tencent’s Shenzhen Headquarters Project (Net City) places the needs of people and the environment before cars, resulting in an interconnected, organic ecosystem that paves the way for future cities.
The design of the headquarters project prioritizes people and the environment at every step, from a comprehensive transportation network that emphasizes public transit, bicycles and pedestrian access to stormwater and runoff collection and public green spaces.
The headquarters project features a new Tencent office, a residential neighborhood, schools, retail and other amenities to provide working and living conveniences for the community.
The scale, height and spacing of the buildings varies organically to create differentiated spaces and experiences, and to provide strong sightlines to nature, other buildings and the rest of the city.
Public green spaces are found throughout the plan and include commons, groves, wetlands and recreation parks, and mangrove trees are planted at the shoreline's edge.
Client Name: Tencent
Square Meters: 2,000,000 SM
Program: Corporate offices, convention center, school, apartments, sports facilities, transit hubs, public eco parks and retail space
Services: Master planning, urban design, landscape design
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