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The whitewashed walls and sloping roofs are inspired by the traditional Chinese water town architecture of the surrounding region.

 
Thousands of low-income families are displaced from their urban Shanghai homes each year. Brearley Architects and Urbanists won a competition to develop a low-cost housing community on the outskirts of the city. I was part of the design team in charge of the public buildings that service the housing blocks. The program includes flexible retail space, a fresh produce market, a community clubhouse, restaurants, parkland and underground parking. The overriding concept for the design is a series of bands running across the landscape that bend and fold up from the ground to create the building envelopes.
Member of the conceptual design team – responsibilities included development of the floor plans, elevations, parking layout, detailing, and collaborated with landscape architects on the master planning and landscape design.
 

Shanghai, China

800,000 sf of Retail, a 50,000 sf Community Center and Underground Parking

Retail, Restaurants, Grocery Store, Farmers Market, Community Center, Underground Parking Garage

Master Planning, Conceptual Design, Landscape Design, Construction Documentation

While working at Brearley Architects and Urbanists