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LOLA, TALLER And L+CC Win Competition For A New Forest And Sports Park In Shenzhen

 

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Rotterdambased landscape architects LOLA, TALLER and L+CC have won an international competition for a 600-hectare forest and sports park in Guang Ming, Shenzhen, China.


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The team saw off other competitors in the competition, including JCFO, SWA and TCL. The jury praised the winning proposal for "its fresh approach and beinghighly attentive to local ecology meanwhile incorporating romantic techniques and realistic urban functions."


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The new masterplan will include a kmlong redcoloured elevated pathway that extends throught the plan.  The forest and sports park will become a destination for the Big Bay area.


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As this metropolitan region finds its success in innovative industries, the park focuses on innovation in sports and ecology. Two R&D centers, one for sports, one for botany are centrally located in the park.


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From here, a constant evolution and diversification of the park will take place. On the central park loop, a linear plant and tree nursery is integrated.


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In a natural forest setting, people will be able to get to know new and "forgotten" sports, as well as the latest techniques used in sports. A range from open valleys to lower hills and mountain forest offers the natural background for these sports and active leisure.  


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An elevated path connects the park to the city and the forest; forming a scenic route that passes by all different types of forest. A series of pavilions, that host functions like restaurant, restroom, viewing platform and forest cabin, is modular an prefabricated, to minimize environmental impact.


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