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UM Architect's New Zhangjiang City Gate Reconnects Occupants with Nature

Chinese cities have been on a stride for decades, and are expected to become the world?s leading economy within the next few years. With all the ongoing architectural developments, nature remained key in most architects? design developments, honoring the Chinese landscape and integrating it within their projects. The Zhangjiang New District is one of China?s new ongoing developments, housing numerous structures and architectural installations. Architecture firm UM has been selected to design the ?City Gate,? a new iconic landmark in the New District, which will act as a transition between the extensive urbanism of Gan Zhou and its surrounding nature.

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Chinese cities have been on a stride for decades, and are expected to become the world?s leading economy within the next few years. With all the ongoing architectural developments, nature remained key in most architects? design developments, honoring the Chinese landscape and integrating it within their projects. The Zhangjiang New District is one of China?s new ongoing developments, housing numerous structures and architectural installations. Architecture firm UM has been selected to design the ?City Gate,? a new iconic landmark in the New District, which will act as a transition between the extensive urbanism of Gan Zhou and its surrounding nature.One of the main purposes of the project was to create an environment that caters to both the residential and commercial needs of the region, ...
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