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望京SOHO荣获詹天佑工程奖 / Wangjing Soho wins Zhan Tianyou Award for engineering
Wangjing Soho wins Zhan Tianyou Award for engineering. Named after the ‘father of China’s railways’, the Zhan Tianyou Award is the highest honour for engineering and innovation in China’s civil and structural engineering industry. Established in 1999, the award is approved by China’s Ministry of Science and Technology as well as the Ministry of Construction for the award’s promotion of scientific and technological innovation and the successful applications of new technologies.
▼ 建筑外观，the appearance of the building
▼ 立面细部，detail of the facade
Wangjing Soho is located in northeast Beijing and served by Wangjing and Wangjing East subway stations on Line 15, the Wanging West interchange station with Line 13, as well as the new Futong and Wangjing South stations of Line 14. The site is approximately halfway between Beijing’s Capital Airport and the centre of the city. Access to each of these key transport links has defined Wangjing Soho’s fluid composition. Developed in the mid-1990s, Wangjing has become an important employment, residential, transport, educational and cultural hub in the north-east of Beijing; integral to the multi-modal urban plan for the capital that enables growth without impacting existing social and infrastructure networks in the centre of the city.
▼ 周边交通环境，the transportation of the surrounding area
Located in Wangjing’s centre, Wangjing Soho is a mixed-use development consisting of three towers 118, 127, 200 meters in height designed as three interweaving ‘mountains’ that fuse architecture and landscape to bring together the surrounding community in a new 60,000m² public park. The design responds to the flow of the city around the site and allows natural light into each building from all directions. The juxtaposition of the three towers’ fluid forms appears to change when viewed from different directions; as individual buildings in some views, or as a connected ensemble in others. The orientation and composition of the towers directs visitors and staff to the various transport links that surround the site; their cohesive design creating an anchor and identity for the growing community in Wangjing. Windows on every floor can be opened to enable each office to be naturally ventilated when appropriate.
▼ 建筑群内部的通道和广场，the pavilion within the site
Wangjing Soho’s thin floor plates provide flexible, open plan office space with tapering sections that brings extensive natural light throughout all offices, retail areas and lobbies.
▼ 室内空间，the interior of the building
Employing advancements in design, material and construction technologies, the application of 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) in the design, construction and management of Wangjing Soho significantly increased efficiencies while also reducing the energy consumption and emissions of its daily operations.
▼ 设计草图，建筑体量，Digital Sketch Tower Volumes
▼ 设计草图，廊道，Digital Sketch Site Pavilion
▼ 设计草图，建筑组合方式，Digital Sketch Site Organization
“China attracts the best talent from around the world. It’s important to work with architects who understand what the next generation requires; connecting communities and traditions with new technologies and innovations to embrace the future.”
Zhang Xin, CEO of SOHO China
同样，望京Soho也获得2014年Emporis摩天大楼奖，这是世界上高层建筑奖最高奖项。此外，望京Soho在中国建筑学会的支持下，也获得了中国高层建筑国际交流委员会（CITAB）和芝加哥高层建筑和城市人居委员会CTBUH）评选的奖项。 CITAB / CTBUH评审团认识到使建筑能够促进高层建筑和城市环境发展的建筑，授予最高和最广泛水平的项目，以增强城市和居民的生活。
Winner of the 2014 Emporis Skyscraper Awards, the world’s foremost prize for high-rise architecture, Wangjing Soho also received the 2016 Excellence Award from the China International Exchange Committee for Tall Buildings (CITAB) and Chicago-based Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) with the support of the Architectural Society of China. Recognising architecture that makes extraordinary contributions to the advancement of tall buildings and the urban environment, the CITAB/CTBUH jury awards projects that achieve sustainability at the highest and broadest level to enhance cities and the lives of their inhabitants.
▼ 总平面，Master Plan
▼ 一层平面，Floor Plan