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Aedas' Vanke Tianfu Cloud City to be new commercial hub for Chengdu

by on May 2, 2018 in Architecture , Developments , News
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Vanke Tianfu Cloud City is an all new mixed-use development designed by architectural firm Aedas, and it is set to become new commercial hub within Chengdu

The site for Vanke Tianfu Cloud City occupies four land plots, all of which will be connected through a central green axis. The project will include Grade-A office, eco-office towers, exhibition venues, hotels, a clubhouse and marketplace.

The development is within close proximity to Xinglong Lake, Vanke Tianfu Cloud City and is set to become an important hi-tech and commercial hub in Chengdu and western China. 

Vanke Tianfu Cloud City, by Aedas_1

The development has plenty of green space incorporated throughout the project, with terraced facades and expansive green-filled balconies offering panoramic views of Xinglong Lake. The 54,000sqm (581,300sqf ) central green axis connects different sections and buildings in a park-like setting. The development resides within Tianfu – a new development zone designated for technological and science-related industries in Chengdu. The project is slated to be completed in 2019. 

The luxurious 54,000-square-metre central green axis ingeniously connects different programmes and buildings in a park-like setting to enhance pedestrian experience.

Vanke Tianfu Cloud City, by Aedas_6

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