Spark Architects | Shanghai International Cruise Terminal
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Completed | 2009

 

263,448 sqm | Architecture, Interiors, Landscape, Planning, Mixed Use, Commercial, Waterfront

 

Client | Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal Development

 

Sited on the curve of the Huangpu River’s north Bund, Spark’s 260,000 sqm Shanghai International Cruise Terminal was completed in 2011 and combines a chorus line of headquarter office buildings with substantial subterranean retail facilities within the context of a new one kilometre long public park. Cultural and social spaces form the centre piece of the development – an extraordinary composition of suspended enclosures named the ‘Shanghai Chandelier’. The project also uses the latest in renewable energy systems including river water cooling, a Spark first for the use of this technology in Shanghai.

“CULTURAL AND SOCIAL SPACES FORM THE CENTRE PIECE OF THE DEVELOPMENT – AN EXTRAORDINARY COMPOSITION OF SUSPENDED ENCLOSURES NAMED THE SHANGHAI CHANDELIER”