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HEADLINE NEWS June 28, 2022


SHANGHAI
Shanghai Shipyard masterplan
The notion of how people work and play has changed due to the Covid 19 pandemic. Benjamin Lau from Farrells discusses the new Shanghai Shipyard venue in the Lujiazui district which gives a new future vision for urban life. The project is a new mixed use development in the Lujiazui district, which has remained active and ... <Read more>

SHENZHEN
Shenzhen Nanshan Foreign Language School
The main challenge for the project was to regenerate an urban condition broken by contemporary development

HAINAN
Hainan Opera House design revealed
Designed by Heatherwick Studio for the tropical island of Hainan, the fluid covering of the building encloses three big theaters and echoes shapes and colors of the island's volcanic landscape. <Read more>

Haikou International Duty Free Reception Center
Designed by aoe, the project is not only characteristic of a sales center, but also a modern art gallery. It is the gateway to the west coast city and the spiritual fortress of this area. <Read more>

HONG KONG
Wan Chai site sold for more than HK$1.9 billion
The site's minimum and maximum gross floor areas are 6,477 sq m and 10,794 sq m

21 building plans approved in April
Revitalising Historic Buildings Through Partnership Scheme

Exhibition Centre Station opens to the public
The 46-km East Rail Line consists of 16 stations designed by Farrells

11 building plans approved in Feb
Including 8 approved plans for apartment and apartment-commercial developments

Tung Chung site sold
Reservoir site report issued

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