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Bridgelife Neighborhood park, Lab D+H | International Design Awards Winners
Bridgelife Neighborhood park, Lab D+H | International Design Awards Winners
Bridgelife Neighborhood park, Lab D+H | International Design Awards Winners
Bridgelife Neighborhood park, Lab D+H | International Design Awards Winners
Bridgelife Neighborhood park, Lab D+H | International Design Awards Winners
Bridgelife Neighborhood park, Lab D+H | International Design Awards Winners
Bridgelife Neighborhood park, Lab D+H | International Design Awards Winners
Bridgelife Neighborhood park, Lab D+H | International Design Awards Winners
Bridgelife Neighborhood park, Lab D+H | International Design Awards Winners
Bridgelife Neighborhood park, Lab D+H | International Design Awards Winners
Bridgelife Neighborhood park, Lab D+H | International Design Awards Winners

Bridgelife Neighborhood park

CompanyLab D+H
Lead DesignersZhongwei Li, Nan Lin
Design TeamShiqi Huang, Yufei Fan, Jingyu Wu, Xiujuan Li, Chao Qin, Jian Zhou, Shuangshuang Gu
Project LocationShanghai, China
ClientKicers Group
CreditsPhotography: Bin Lu, Tungsten Studio
Prize(s)Silver in Architecture Categories / Landmarks, symbolic structures, memorials, public
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Entry Description

The Bridgelife Neighborhood is a vibrant public space amenity at the junction of three districts in Shanghai. It was an abandoned Japanese thermal bottle factory with over 20 years history. We hope to create a "connected bridge" for the district to fully utilize the functions of public communities while protecting historical elements and senses. We retrofit a great number of landscape features and variable urban space into the venue. The key idea is to protect this historical heritage with minimized renewal but make it to a new community center offering distinct, multi-dimensional experiences.

Bio

Founded in 2014, Mind Studio uses landscape as the main medium and aims to produce inspiring works. We design projects with multi-scales to stimulate, optimize and enhance the performance of the public realm, add new experiences to the urban public space, and consider how the design aesthetics can promote meaningful changes for the residents.