武汉电影制片厂D、E地块(住宅、商业)方案设计 | Aedas
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武汉是白云黄鹤之乡,亦是一座底蕴丰厚的古都城市。Aedas全球设计董事温子先博士(Dr. Andy Wen)及执行董事钱逸筠带领团队,在电影制片厂D、E地块方案设计项目的公开招标中,成功中标多功能超塔以及商业街的部分。设计将微城市主义与武汉风貌和人文精神相结合,打造出承载历史记忆、融汇多元功能的文旅商务区标杆。
Wuhan is an ancient yet diverse city with a rich history and traditional culture. Aedas Global Design Principal Dr. Andy Wen and Executive Director Yiqun Qian led the team to win the competition of  Wuhan Film Production Studio Plot D and Plot E (Residential and Commercial) Design Scheme in the heart of city, whilst Aedas is designing for the super high-rise tower and retail street. Integrating the Wuhan landscape with cultural characteristics, the design is set to be a cultural-commercial hub filled with historical and functional features.


A future cultural-leisure destination in Wuhan


The night view

Landmark building
Located in the centre of Jianghan district, the project is closely situated to the major roads and metro system, enjoying a convenient accessibility to link with other districts. Connected to the landscape view axis, the Cloud City has a spectecular view overlooking the surrounding landscape and Zhongshan Park to the East.


Site location

The overall Cloud City development is a mix of office, residential and commercial. The design promotes the integration of ‘sharing, connectivity and greenery’, to maximise the use of the L-shaped plot and to meet the urban planning requirements.  To deliver an efficient commerical experience, the super high-rise tower that consists of office and hotel is placed near the metro entrance. Residences are allocated in the mid-levels, and the porous podium on the lower levels connects with other functions and irrigates the city with vibrancy. With the connectivity to the landscape axis, the skyline merges with the nature and landscape nearby.

Planning requirement of landscape view axis

Planning concept
Shared, connective, green
Dr. Andy Wen shares, ‘Architecture needs to be multi-dimensional and integrated with features from different eras. Using our professional experience and creativity, we have adopted a micro-urbanism approach to create a timeless and people-centric development.’
The 250m super high-rise tower marks the highest point and urban icon within the district. The tower drew inspiration from the poetic Wuhan and authentic cultural symbol – having cranes flying in the clouds around towers. The slightly curved linear architectural form features a Chinese cornice-like crown on top, and a horizontal metal void in the middle of the façade. Glittering in the night, the crown mimics the energetic crane flying above the golden cloud.  The building is cut asymmetrically and creates an interior collaborative space in the middle facing the park. Designed with simplicity and aesthetics, the tower also adopts efficient interior ventilation to ensure a comfortable environment.


Design concept of ‘Yellow Crane’ tower

250m super high-rise building


The crown is designed in a form of Chinese traditonal cornices

The office, headquarters and 5-star hotel are respectively placed in the convenient low, middle and high zones, enjoying the city and landscape view; the headquarters is designed at the serene high zone. The vertical program arranges the communal collaborative space in between the functions, creating interspersed interactive spaces including rooftop garden, sky lobby and wellness amenities. The openness, complemented with various circulations and entrances, creates a new spatial experience to connect live-work and socialising areas.

Design concept


Vertical program arrangement

The podium adopts a L-shape layout, stacked by various blocks and linked by golden fins echoing the motion of Wuhan lake city. The podium includes a multi-dimensional garden, metro sunken plaza, individual flagship blocks and themed plaza. A vibrant shopping experience is created through diverse retail nodes and a multi-dimensional wandering pavement.


Spatial arrangement along the retail circulation


Stacking fins through the podium façade
The corridor on the podium connects the functions and merges with the urban fabric and the retail street. The underground retail street links the metro and the surrounding developments to the north. The multi-layered circulation ensures a convenient metro and interconnected pedestrian system.

High line landscape corridor


Underground metro system


Corridor seamlessly linking to the surrounding plots


The project seamlessly linking to the surrounding plots

‘Architecture is a powerful medium that resonates with the urban context. The design aims to break the conventional layout of tower and podium, creating a porous and interconnected development which merges with locality.’ Yijun Qian said. 
* 此为竞赛设计方案,后期深化实施或有调整
This is a competition scheme and does not represent the final design.

Aedas主要设计人:温子先博士(Dr. Andy Wen),全球设计董事;钱逸筠,执行董事
Location: Wuhan, China
Design and Project Architect: Aedas(Super high-rise tower and retail street) and gad(Residential)
Client: Wuhan Urban Construction Group
Gross Floor Area: Super high-rise tower and retail street – 228,948 sq m and Residential – 387,050 sq m
Completion Year: On-going
Aedas Design Directors: Dr. Andy Wen, Global Design Principal; Yijun Qian, Executive Director

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