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ASIAN GAMES 2022 VALLEY VILLAGE
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The 2 stadium structures at both ends of the Asian Games 2022 Master Plan are connected by a sunken Valley Village mall, an undulating commercial spine with shops, restaurants, kiosks and underground parking. The Valley village creates an artery that connects the 2 park sections by crossing below the existing Yiyang Road and the River. This fluid and natural connection between various programs guarantees not only the seamless circulation during the Asian Games, but also the future success of
the project as a lively and active urban space.

Credits

Year: Competition won: 2018, Construction phase: 2020, Substantial completion: 2021
Location: Hangzhou, China
Client: Government: Gongshu District City Village Reconstruction Department
Project Type: Exterior commercial mall, public facilities, and underground parking
Size: 23,000 m2 (250,000 sq ft)
Design Team: Design Team: Principal in charge: Winka Dubbeldam, Assoc. AIA | Project Leader: Justin Korhammer | Main Designers: Paul Starosta, Max Boerman | Archi-Tectonics Team: Dongliang Li, Maud Fonteyne, Soyeon Cha, Boden Davies, Alex Bahr, Dan Rothbart
Consultants: Structural Engineers: Thornton Tomasetti Transport Planning: Mobility in Chain, Italy Mechanical Engineers: Ryan Soames Engineering
Collaborators: !melk Landscape Design | UAD Research group, Hangzhou, China
Renderings and Diagrams: Archi-Tectonics | MIC | !melk
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