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Shaoxing Chaichangnong Refurbishment and Urban Redevelopment, SpActrum | International Design Awards Winners
Shaoxing Chaichangnong Refurbishment and Urban Redevelopment, SpActrum | International Design Awards Winners
Shaoxing Chaichangnong Refurbishment and Urban Redevelopment, SpActrum | International Design Awards Winners
Shaoxing Chaichangnong Refurbishment and Urban Redevelopment, SpActrum | International Design Awards Winners
Shaoxing Chaichangnong Refurbishment and Urban Redevelopment, SpActrum | International Design Awards Winners
Shaoxing Chaichangnong Refurbishment and Urban Redevelopment, SpActrum | International Design Awards Winners
Shaoxing Chaichangnong Refurbishment and Urban Redevelopment, SpActrum | International Design Awards Winners
Shaoxing Chaichangnong Refurbishment and Urban Redevelopment, SpActrum | International Design Awards Winners
Shaoxing Chaichangnong Refurbishment and Urban Redevelopment, SpActrum | International Design Awards Winners
Shaoxing Chaichangnong Refurbishment and Urban Redevelopment, SpActrum | International Design Awards Winners
Shaoxing Chaichangnong Refurbishment and Urban Redevelopment, SpActrum | International Design Awards Winners

Shaoxing Chaichangnong Refurbishment and Urban Redevelopment

CompanySpActrum
Lead DesignersYan Pan
Design TeamZhen Li, Yimeng Tang, Ying Li, Hao Chen, Yang Chen, Suqi Huang, Xianglong Meng, ShAil Paragkum Patel, Anran Lao, Haiping Jiang
Project LocationShaoxing, Zhejiang Province, P.R.China
ClientKaiyuan Mitu
Prize(s)Silver in Architecture Categories / Urban Design
Entry Description

Chaichangnong Urban Redevelopment Project is located in the historical old town of Shaoxing, comprising various buildings of several distinctive eras and styles. The renovation aims to pursue the complexity of the site by blending different eras with cutting edge new buildings and to reinvent the site by organizing visual and physical experiences in a lively context. It represents the more generic neighborhoods found in many old quarters in Chinese cities. The design helps people to rethink how to deal with the existing built environment in the face of rapid social and economic transitions.