中国,青岛,中德生态园/ gmp Architekten

冯•格康建筑师事务所(gmp)在中国黄海之滨的青岛市设计了一座生活与工作生态城区,目前正在建设当中。青岛中德生态园的建设可以追溯到两国之间达成的协议,由德国联邦经济部和环境部在2010年7月德国总理安吉拉•默克尔来华进行国事访问期间签署,预计将于2015年建成。稍后将提供更多图片和项目描述。

在德国可持续建筑委员会(DGNB)和Transsolar顾问公司的大力支持下,gmp开发了一系列标准与措施,将最有可能利用到的再生能源结合到总体规划之中:除了风力、水力以及地热能之外,生态园特别将重心放在了太阳能的利用上。青岛一年中大多为阳光明媚的天气,在这方面可以说自然条件优越。

这座新城区占地约为10平方公里,几乎等于柏林的Mitte区。建筑场地从南侧的山脊延伸到东北部的海湾。建筑师在设计中充分反映出青岛的地域特色,譬如其丰富的岩层和广袤的绿色平原。新项目分为八大区域,类似于单独的岩层分布,其柔和的轮廓也形成了天然的走廊。各个区域之间间距不大,建筑功能丰富,再加上建筑的类型与密度(顶多只有八层高),均对该城市开发项目的环保节能目标大有裨益。

建筑师:gmp Architekten

地点:中国青岛

设计:Meinhard von Gerkan and Stephan Schütz with Nicolas Pomränke

项目组长:Johann von Mansberg

项目组成员:Maarten Harms, Björn Homann, Jing Xue, Philipp Buschmeyer, Fernando Nassare, Christian Machnacki, Thilo Zheme, Jan Deml


An ecologically designed city quarter for living and working is currently being developed in China’s Qingdao, on the coast of the Yellow Sea, to plans by architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp). The construction of the Chinese/German Eco-Park in Qingdao goes back to an agreement between the two countries, which was signed by the Federal Ministry for Economics and the Federal Ministry for the Environment during Angela Merkel’s state visit in July 2010; it is scheduled for completion in 2015. More images and project description after the break.

With support from the German Society for Sustainable Building (DGNB) and Transsolar Consultants, gmp developed a list of criteria and measures integrating the highest possible proportion of regenerative energy sources into the master plan: in addition to wind and water power, as well as geothermal energy, the Eco-Park focuses particularly on solar energy. The conditions for this are very good in Qingdao as it has an above-average number of days of sunshine.

With around ten square kilometres, the size of the new urban quarter is almost that of the Berlin Mitte district. The site extends from a mountain ridge in the south to the bay in the northeast. In their design, the architects mirror the landscape features of Qingdao – its rock formations and green plains. The new development features eight quarters which resemble individual rock formations and, with their soft contours, form flowing nature corridors. The short distances between the quarters, the mixed uses and the density and type of buildings, which are up to eight storeys high, support energy conservation in this urban development.

Architects: gmp Architekten

Location: Qingdao, China

Design: Meinhard von Gerkan and Stephan Schütz with Nicolas Pomränke

Project Leader: Johann von Mansberg

Team Members: Maarten Harms, Björn Homann, Jing Xue, Philipp Buschmeyer, Fernando Nassare, Christian Machnacki, Thilo Zheme, Jan Deml