• China, Dalian Wolong Bay International Business Center, Dalina, Edsa, Liaoning, South Architecture Design Institute, Urban, illustration, workshop
  • China, Dalian Wolong Bay International Business Center, Dalina, Edsa, Liaoning, South Architecture Design Institute, Urban, section elevation, workshop
  • China, Dalian Wolong Bay International Business Center, Dalina, Edsa, Liaoning, South Architecture Design Institute, Urban, workshop
  • China, Dalian Wolong Bay International Business Center, Dalina, Edsa, Liaoning, South Architecture Design Institute, Urban, illustration, workshop
  • China, Dalian Wolong Bay International Business Center, Dalina, Edsa, Liaoning, South Architecture Design Institute, Urban, illustration, workshop
  • China, Dalian Wolong Bay International Business Center, Dalina, Edsa, Liaoning, South Architecture Design Institute, Urban, workshop
  • China, Dalian Wolong Bay International Business Center, Dalina, Edsa, Liaoning, South Architecture Design Institute, Urban, workshop

Dalian Wolong Bay International Business Center

The Wolong Bay International Business Center is proposed to be a new central business district in the Dalian Metropolitan area. The overall project consists of 5 million square meters of new development. The new CBD will accommodate over 100,000 people and provide over 300,000 jobs for the Dalian region. The master plan incorporates key urban design principles including the definition of a walkable pedestrian network and development of an “Eco Valley” landscape system which is designed to take full advantage of the project’s waterfront location and natural setting.

EDSA’s services were performed in partnership with the South Architecture Design Institute - a local design institute. Services included the development of a visionary framework and updated master plan along with the design of the open space and landscape systems.

Location:
Dalian, Liaoning, China
Client:
South Architecture Design Institute
Scope:
Master Planning
Scale:
1,400 Hectares/Core Area 400 Hectares
Year: 
2011