Natural elements crafted this Horse Park in Rabat, Morocco to connect horse, people, and nature. The organization of the site allows people to enjoy the horse track as a park while seeing the race in the backdrop. The building and the car park allows a bigger central green space to be maximized. The circulation separates better, VIP, park visitors and jockey, but places of interests like the presentation round and horse walking path will connect everyone and everything together.
This design project using the design skills of eastern garden encompassing the layers, enframed scenery, detour, lights and shadows highlights the traffic flow with the transitional two-section community entrance that exposes the conceptual image resembling a winding path leading to a secluded spot, securing the privacy of the residences in the community, and furthermore generating the intriguing detour traffic flow.
Vanke Hill City is located in the foothills of Yinhu Mountain and has unique natural ecological resources. Built by Shenzhen Vanke, it is a low-density and livable community that integrates subway and road network transportation, three major parks, and Vanke brand property management. With deeply interprets the relationship between the city and the architecture, the landscape design of the region conceives the theme from the perspectives of ecology, etiquette, streamline and space, shaping the composite symbiosis landscape from a multi-dimensional perspectiive.
Hongshan Lake Civil Park is located in Xixiu District, Anshun City, Guizhou Province. With rapid developing, it is urgent to establish a modern urban public space for improving the ecological environment and providing the living space of the residents. The project was designed to be an ecology-oriented urban public space with an integrated ecosystem. Low Impact Development Strategy was adapted to protect its existing ecological functions and recovered the ecosystem. Various functional spaces are built by the participatory and ground-based design skills for people at different ages.
Situated at the heart of Tsuen Wan City centre, the Garden revitalized the urban elevated network, the city ground and the nearby mass transit railway station via a conscious oasis hub design. The Garden not just add an greenery resting node for the busy Hong Kong City lives, but also activates the local community via provision a range of amenities. The Central Cone feature diffuses light into the interior and passively encourage cross ventilation.
The project is a muti-functional public space with diverse landscape designed for high-density urban community with limited land resource. Based on the study of the urban compact space, designers put forward the concept of vertical garden, which perfectly integrating diverse spaces with community, and combining the surrounding industrial landscape resources to create a garden landscape space and residential activity space.