Saigon South  Master Plan, Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam
Saigon South Master Plan, Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam
The Saigon South Master Plan is a comprehensive planning tool intended to help Ho Chi Minh City manage the physical expansion generated by extensive economic growth while safe-guarding its significant cultural and natural assets. The document presents the vision, planning concepts, a development framework, and standards to guide the phased implementation of Saigon South. More detailed plans, standards, urban design guidelines, and district frameworks were developed for early phase development areas within Saigon South: The New City Center and Merchandise Center One. Saigon South is planned as a modern, international community that will provide Ho Chi Minh City with the necessary infrastructure, amenities, and services to accommodate HCMC’s projected population of 10 million people within the next decade.
Hanoi New Town, Master Plan, Viet Nam
Hanoi New Town, Master Plan, Viet Nam
Ha Noi New Town is a modern city built through the partnership of government, business, and industry. Its development will allow Ha Noi to become a world-class city without losing its historic continuity and urban identity. At the same time, the New Town will relieve development pressure on the existing city. The Master Plan will address roads, utilities, mass transit systems, green space, public areas, and all other infrastructure and amenities essential to a complete new town.
Nanshan Sports ParkShenzhen, CHINA
Nanshan Sports Park Shenzhen, CHINA
The Stadium in Nanshan was designed to capture the views out toward Shenzhen Bay, and as the destination within the site master plan. During major events, temporary seats could be installed on the east wing to complete the seating bowl, however for non-major event mode, the Stadium was design to engage more openly with the landscape, and provide a more informal setting for sporting competitions and concerts. In concert mode, the grandstand would act more as large pavilion.
Kaohsiung World Game Stadium BidKaohsiung, TAIWAN
Kaohsiung World Game Stadium Bid Kaohsiung, TAIWAN
Created as two golden carp swimming in a landscaped pond, the HOK Sport design competition submission for the Kaohsiung Stadium aimed at capturing the spirit of art, music and dance renowned in the city, expressed as a dancing pavilion for the 2009 World Games. The ocean front setting of Kaohsiung City, and its "Love River" also provided inspiration in developing a unique , free flowing form in the final solution.
Tianjin Xiqing Sports ParkTainjin, CHINA
Tianjin Xiqing Sports Park Tainjin, CHINA
The project was commissioned by the West District government in response tp Tianjin City being granted the rights to hot the 2012 East Asia Games. The design competition was won by HOK Sport + Venue + Event with local architects CCDI in 2008.
Melbourne Convention Centre – PP Bid, AUSTRALIA
Melbourne Convention Centre – PP Bid, AUSTRALIA
HOK Venue & HASSELL participated in a limited invitation PPP bid for the proposed new Convention Centre facility in melbourne. The key design component was a 5,000 seat Plenary Hall, which could be subdivided into three separate halls, each being able to be serviced by kitchen and servery facilities whilst operating simultaneously. Resolution of a complex site master plan to incorporate operational objectives and the future expansion of the exhibition Center also needed to be addressed.
Owners Facilities – Hong Kong Jockey Club
Owners Facilities – Hong Kong Jockey Club
HOK Sport Architecture completed the strategic review of the Owners Facilities at the Happy Valley Racecourse in 2004 which resulted in the redevelopment of the M1 Building into an Owners Facility with specific gaming, dining and lounge destinations targeted at the premium "Owners" membership level within the Club. As the highest value customers within the Club structure the focus was on ensuring this segment was provided with facilities and environment on par with the world's best.
Paduka Residential College, University of QueenslandBrisbane, AUSTRALIA
Paduka Residential College, University of Queensland Brisbane, AUSTRALIA
Concept Five Architects were part of a limited invitation to design a new residential cllege at the University of Queensland for students from Brunei Darussalam. The proposed site within the University Campus was currently home to a Vice-Chancellor. It included a number of established tress with views back to the Central Business District of Brisbane.
Public Housing, Tenby Street, Mt Gravatt
Public Housing, Tenby Street, Mt Gravatt
Andrew-Colling, through its Founding Partner, have been involved in a range of designs for Community Housing in Australia being committed to providing an appropriate level of public housing to members of the community that may not have access through normal open market avenues.
Beijing Olympics Natatorium Competition
Beijing Olympics Natatorium Competition
HOK Sport participated in a limited invitation only competition to design the main aquatic building for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The site location had been established by the Olympic site master plan developed by Sasaki & Associates. Adjent to the Swimming Center was the recently winning submission of the "Bird's Nest" Stadium by Herzog & DeMueron.
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