Creating one of the top destinations in Beijing, a one-of-a-kind urban environment for all of the city's residents and visitors to enjoy, by providing world-class facilities for sports, entertainment, shopping, living, and dining.
Taking advantage of the size of the site and its existing natural flora to provide generous green belt areas, the development concept for the Beijing Olympic Plaza featured an expansive plaza for outdoor events. With further opportunity to exploit the ample green belt and open spaces of the project, the retail component was configured as a climate-controlled "canal walk". In addition to its functions as a circulatory, visual, and experiential link, the "canal walk" was planned to serve as an attraction for both commerce and community - a dynamic element that would enhance and enliven circulation along the length of the retail mall and to serve as a concourse for services and activities along its edges.
For the planning and design of this project, HCH directed a design team that consisted of Gensler, Swanke Hayden Connell Architects, Rossetti, and Fei & Cheng Associates.
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