BAU474 南京紫金(高淳)科技创业特别社区城市设计

中国,江苏省,南京市

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科目

规划

类型

城市设计及规划

城市

中国,江苏省,南京市

时间

2011-2014

名次

控规已完成,现一期部分修建性详细规划设计中

业主

南京高淳县住房和城乡建设局

项目

城市新区设计

a plane of reference

introduction
Gaochun is one of seven districts of the provincial capital Nanjing. Although situated 70 km south of the capital, the new freeway and light rail are enabling stronger ties and are fueling rapid growth. This 5sqkm urban expansion is one of Nanjing’s twenty planned Technology and Science Community (TSC) districts, or technopolises. It innovation potential is strengthened by its proximity to the adjacent industrial district and to a planned university campus to the east of the site. Being situated along the northern edge of Gu Cheng Lake makes it an ideal location for more than just hi-tech work places – this is a place for a complex and rich but specialized city.

village preservation
The first design decision was the preservation of the largest village on the site; maintaining the smaller settlements was not an option for the client. While this maintains some historical reference in the new city it also offers an urban spatial texture not provided by the demands of the contemporary city.

ecological network
Water networks on the site were preserved and the larger wetlands maintained. These combine with additional green links to form a continuous park network within a 5 minute walk (400m) of all parts of the site.

public transport scale (TOD – LTA)
The site was then divided into five local transport areas (LTAs), approximately 800m x 800m. Public Transport (PT) routes were then centred in the LTAs, ensuring a 5 minute walk to public transport within each LTA. The future metro runs through part of the site touching the main PT east–west spine, with a metro station positioned at the centre of one of the LTAs.

community structure
The LTAs are made up of four neighbourhoods (approximately 400m x 400m), and each neighbourhood is made up of four mosaics of sub-culture (200m x 200m). This community structure provides a rich and complex set of city scales that provide a sense of place and a sense of belonging to the community.

hierarchy of roads
The highest traffic volume roads have been situated at the perimeter of each LTA to remove the need for people to cross major roads in their daily life. Central to each LTA is the commercial network which is attached to public transport. Other roads are designed as green quiet streets for living and or working.

small blocks
Like water rippling in a pond, one set of streets run parallel to the lake edge. The other set of streets run perpendicular to these avenues and produces a legible street morphology, with most of the perpendicular streets having a water view. A block size of between two and four hectares was selected in an attempt to balance market demands with urban design ideals. The market’s ideal is mega blocks to maximize development area. The urban design ideal is a smaller block providing a permeable (walkable) city with and even distribution of road traffic loads, an increase of building perimeters along streets, and an expansion of the public realm.

integrated land-use and networks zoning
To achieve a fine grained distribution of living and working programs across the site a continuous network of each program has been developed. The areas where these living and working land-use zones overlap one another are zoned hybrid (living-working) zones, maintaining a degree of flexibility to absorb the variance in demand caused by a cyclical development market. While hybrid land can be utilized as either living or working according to market demand, a minimum amount of each is maintained.

The commercial and retail network is situated along either side of the public transport network. As the city matures, its local retail, entertainment and support services will be free to emerge along these routes bringing these programs within a convenient 5 minute walk to all residents of the city.

no undies hanging on main street
The east-west spine is seen as the public face of the district and is zoned for predominantly office and laboratory functions with service oriented street edges.

public open space – a fractal distribution
Each scale of community structure (LTA, neighbourhood, and mosaic of sub-culture) is provided with a park and a plaza. This develops into a system of fractal public open space distributed throughout the entire city. All these spaces are linked by the green street network.

public programs
Public programs have been distributed across the site according to population density, walking distance and access to public transit and parks. Vegetable markets, supermarkets, hospitals, sports centers, community centres, schools and kindergartens are attached to the fractal open spaces.

city form + sunny active edges
Height controls are driven by the need to protect solar access to the commercial network’s active street edges during winter lunchtime hours. These height controls also protect public open spaces, including the fractal open space network, from excessive overshadowing.

foreshore
The networks of land use extend to the waterfront, bringing a diverse array of both ecological and urban areas, passive and active uses, and business and mixed residential programs to the water’s edge, piers and jetties. A necklace of public buildings take prime locations along this foreshore.

environmentally sustainable design – esd
Urban scale initiatives include a city scale sustainable urban drainage network, based primarily in the green network. A reduced dependence on travel and travel in private vehicles is enabled by the integrated live-work zoning and by the convenient distance (max 400m) to public transit. A combined services duct running along the central spine of the city and branching out to various extremities provides for ease of monitoring and future proofing for smart green technologies. A central green services plant for combined heat and power CHP plant is proposed for each of the LTAs.

2005–2010

上海

私有空间景观

2011

公共空间景观

游乐场

住宅

商业

城市景观

江阴

2015

体育

南京

教育

综合

餐饮娱乐

办公

2000-2005

公共

墨尔本

简久克

城市设计

凯恩顿

医疗

文化

苏州

酒店

2014

杭州

构筑物及景观亭

无锡

规划

2013

2012

福鼎

绍兴

重庆

昆山

办公

武汉

酒店

医疗

慈溪

宁波

眉山

堪培拉

荆州

成都

餐饮娱乐

文化

1990-2000

厦门

住宅

霍普顿

曹妃甸

淮安

西安

新余

体育

商业

综合

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BAU540 高淳区新区九年一贯制学校

BAU333 江阴汇富广场

BAU222-2 上海青浦朱家角镇商业

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BAU 213-2 金地云湖体育休闲中心

BAU021 Olinda 社区公共空间

BAU015 Jan Juc 住宅

BAU009 城市雕塑之空中楼阁

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文化之城:
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低调不失韵味:
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积极的开发空间网络与蓝绿网络打造宜人、宜居的住宅小区:
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远昭于山脊,近隐于群翠:
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别具特色的医院:
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BAU445 苏州高新区文化中心

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城中之城:
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BAU302 上海绿地宝山

独特的功能布局-将封闭空间转变成公共开放空间:
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BAU197 金地三林售楼处

BAU191 武汉翠微园住宅

BAU227_杭州瑞成体育中心

BAU213-1_金地云湖住宅

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BAU487_南京桠溪慢城

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BAU243_上海外环公园

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BAU129_新湖明珠城住宅

BAU125_浙江电力公司总部大楼

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BAU460_荆州博物馆

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BAU341_江阴郚山弯路学校

BAU338_金桥坡道餐厅

BAU321_江阴五星商业广场

BAU312_苏州科技城高级中学

BAU287_21世纪的维琪奥桥 :上海世博会桥

BAU285_成都北区中央活力区城市设计

BAU282_金地三林售楼处

BAU264_嘉善旧工厂改造

文化与商业的交融:
BAU256_上海虹桥艺术中心

BAU235_金桥蓝天路休闲酒吧

BAU220_上海雕塑艺术中心

BAU122_厦门国际会展中心广场规划设计

BAU018_Marque酒店

BAU016_Kelleher住宅

BAU013_霍普顿 生态度假村

BAU510_苏州有轨电车公司总部

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BAU433_张江诺贝尔湖绿地网络公园

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BAU339-2&3_苏州河滨水步道

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BAU224_成都市凤凰山

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BAU182_成都东村

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BAU147_西安高新技术区CBD

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