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无界城境、开源智桥:新桥东片区的城市转型

HASSELL与深圳市城市规划设计研究院联合体为新桥智创城打造的设计方案宣布成为新桥东片区重点城市更新单元城市设计国际咨询的最终获胜方案,旨在将这一制造业中心转型成为智慧、生态以及可持续的城市片区。

深圳是高科技设计和制造的全球中心,其核心竞争力即为创新文化。在一座城市内建成完整的生态系统的价值,为高端科技产业创新与制造创造条件,深圳便是这样一个闪亮的最佳典范。

新桥位于深圳市产业大区宝安,面临着城市建设近乎饱和,重大项目产业发展空间不足的主要问题。宝安区城市更新委员会在第一次会议中成立“新桥东片区”城市更新工作小组,重新发展定位这一产业片区,新桥东片区则成为为深圳打造“智慧”增长新模型的重要机会。

委员会旨在为城市转型设立新标杆,全面提升区域综合竞争力,深度融入粤港澳大湾区和广深科技创新走廊现代产业体系。更重要的一点是,该城市片区的转型将城市发展与生态环境保护深度融合,构建共生关系,打造人性尺度环境。

我们为10平方公里的新桥东片区打造的获胜方案能够更好的利用深圳的创新文化,同时结合新桥东的独特环境 — 坐落于巨大的山系脚下,想象这些山脉形成自然公园,通过公共区域走廊包围并融入城市区域。

深圳成功成为全球著名的高科技设计和制造中心的一大关键因素在于,将最先进的科研与制造业紧密结合。在新桥东片区城市更新单元设计中,为了能够最大化深圳独特的创新动力与优势,我们为新桥东片区提出了“无界城境、开源智桥”的设计愿景,这座城市将提供一个多元化开放的,孵化创新文化的平台,由创意、设计和世界一流的技术生产所环绕,与自然融为一体,桥接自然生态空间,将为现有的工业区重新注入活力。以四条东西指状绿廊为依托,为城市及周围的自然环境建立联系(包括:恒芳路 - 初创田野与创意文旅走廊、上南路 - TOD 超级创新共享走廊、新沙路城市活力走廊以及新桥河廊道)。在支持创新的同时,绿廊还为城市韧性提供“绿肺”的功能 — 帮助建立能够控制和收集流入区域排水系统的雨洪管理体系。同时,通过指状緑廊,新桥西临宝安广阔的产业制造区,而东部则衔接学术研究集群,依托交融开放的城市发展框架为新桥打造了能够灵活运用并激发周边场地潜能的整体规划。

HASSELL董事Andrew Wilkinson表示,该项目是一个十分难得的机会,来探索“智创城”这个概念。

“设计的挑战为如何在全球最创新城市之一的深圳,打造全新的创新区域?我们探索了‘无界城境、开源智桥’的概念,这与深圳内在的创意文化相符,并且能够诠释成为整体的城市设计成果。”Andrew说。

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