中国,北京,环渤海创新城总体规划中标方案/SOM建筑设计事务所

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP(SOM)建筑设计事务所在北京环渤海创新城总体规划国际竞标中,以一套简洁而环保的城市设计方案脱颖而出。

获胜方案位于一个全新环保区的中心,一侧是高铁轨道,连接着首都北京与港口城市天津,同时也改善了京津走廊的经济状况与生活方式。城市扩张带来了1760万平方米的多用途开发项目,主要为蓬勃发展中的环渤海地区先进工业提供最佳的总部场所,该地区的国内生产总值(GDP)已超过全国的四分之一。

北京环渤海创新城占地1473公顷,有一半都留给了开放空间与自然环境,完全依托于SOM丰富的设计经验而建设,SOM在该地区设计可持续、高性能的城市项目已七年有余,从其获奖的绿色北京CBD扩建项目总体规划到为数众多的天津项目,俱在此列,包括新兴的于家堡金融区。

SOM芝加哥城市规划设计工作室的项目总设计师Thomas Hussey说:“北京环渤海创新城以前所未有的规模建立起以交通为导向的开发新模式。这一新地区将会利用高速铁路来衔接京津两大都市区域,创造可持续的城市环境,主要围绕车站枢纽建设适于步行的高密度开发项目,同时仍保留现有的农业和绿色空间。”

甲方对中选设计方案发表了一份书面声明:“SOM在环保体系内设计了一个以人与家庭为主的多功能城市社区,用以吸引同样有志于此的人才和拥有远见卓识的国内外公司。”

获胜设计方案除了在水域、能源、废弃物、可再生能源以及建筑设计能效方面设定具体而积极的目标之外,还与土人景观设计公司合作,该公司的景观设计提出了中央湿地公园的概念,利用功能型环境系统来过滤和清洁暴风雨带来的大量雨水,然后再流回邻近的河流。

“这个项目强调了中国对于交通与环境保护规划设计所付出的努力。这里潜力巨大,我们将与地区政府、开发公司及其他相关单位合作,以进一步塑造城市特色,精雕细琢,力求使之满足工业需求和人民群众的愿望,将北京环渤海创新城变成国家新一代卫星城的典范。”SOM全球规划设计合伙人Philip J. Enquist说道。

总体规划设计如下:环绕高铁车站设计了一个中央商务区,五个独立社区可提供多样化的住房、教育、购物和工作场所。设计还调整了如网格一般的街区,合并现有的道路线形,同时增强与高铁车站的连通性,为标志性开发项目形成了特殊的观景大道。

在由北京通州区台湖高端总部建设管理委员会与北京星湖投资开发公司共同举办的“北京环渤海高端总部基地”设计竞标中,SOM设计的北京环渤海创新城概念拔得头筹。

该规划方案还提供了一种先进的多途径交通网络,特别是利用了北京市区与如今的首都机场以及未来在北京南部建设的新国际机场相距不远的优势。方案结合了高速铁路和地铁线路、快速公交系统、当地有轨电车以及先进的电车系统,使80%的市民都能通过乘坐交通运输工具、步行和骑自行车的方式便利出行。这一网络还结合了适于步行和骑自行车的街道设计,方便居民沿着绿色廊道去往邻近的办公场所、学校及各类文化设施。


Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) has been selected as winner of an international design competition with its Beijing Bohai Innovation City master plan that illustrates a new model of compact, environmentally enhanced urban design.

The winning proposal centers a new environmentally friendly district along the high-speed rail line, linking the national capital to the port city of Tianjin while leveraging the economic and lifestyle assets of the Beijing-Tianjin corridor. The city expansion will bring 17.6 million square meters of mixed-use development, with a focus on providing a premier headquarters location for advanced industries in the dynamically growing Bohai Rim, a region that already accounts for more than a quarter of China’s GDP.

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With half the 1,473-hectare site allocated to open space and nature, Beijing Bohai Innovation City builds upon SOM’s more than seven years of sustainable, high-performance city design throughout the region – from its award-winning green Beijing CBD expansion master plan to numerous projects in Tianjin, including the rapidly rising Yujiapu Financial District.

“Beijing Bohai Innovation City establishes a new model of transit-oriented development at an unprecedented scale,” said project chief designer Thomas Hussey of SOM’s Chicago urban planning studio. “The new district will leverage the high-speed rail to bridge two major metropolitan areas and create a sustainable urban environment that concentrates walkable, compact densities around transit stations, while still preserving existing agriculture and green space.”

The client commented on the winning design scheme in a written statement, “SOM has designed a human and family-oriented mixed-use urban community within an environmentally friendly framework to attract talented people and forward-thinking Chinese and international firms that want to position themselves in the same way.”

In addition to setting specific and aggressive goals for water, energy, waste, renewable energy and building design efficiency, the winning design scheme builds upon landscape design firm Turenscape’s proposed central wetland park by calling for functional environmental systems to filter and clean storm water before returning it to adjoining rivers.

“This project underlines China’s commitment to transit-based and environmentally sensitive planning. There is tremendous potential here, and we would like to work with the District Government, Development Company and other stakeholders to further define the character of the city and tailor it to meet the needs and desires of the people and industries that will make Beijing Bohai Innovation City a national model for the country’s next generation of satellite city development,” said SOM global planning partner Philip J. Enquist.

The master plan is designed with a central business district organized around a high speed train station and five distinct neighborhoods offering diverse housing, education, shopping and work destinations. It modifies the street grid to incorporate existing road alignments while enhancing connectivity to the high speed rail station and creating special view corridors to landmark developments.

SOM’s Beijing Bohai Innovation City concept emerged from the competition for “Beijing Bohai Rim Advanced Business Park” held jointly by Beijing Tongzhou District Taihu High End Headquarters Construction Management Committee and Beijing Xinghu Investment and Development Co. Ltd.

The plan also provides an advanced multi-modal transportation network highlighted by the city’s close proximity to the existing capital airport and a potential new international airport south of Beijing. By uniting high-speed rail with metro lines, bus rapid transit, local streetcar and a state-of-the-art electric car fleet, the plan enables 80 percent of the city’s personal transportation to be by transit, walking and bicycling. Combined with pedestrian and bicycle friendly street design, this network conveniently connects residents to neighboring workplaces, schools and cultural amenities along green streets and corridors.

Via SOM