2023 GFD 🏆 Awards

Gold Winner – Grand Mansion | Shanghai PTArchitects

The project is located at the intersection of Hanxi Avenue and Panyu Avenue in Panyu District, Guangzhou City. It is situated at the core area of Changlong-Wanbo CBD that covers an area of 440,000 square meters with metro lines and parks. The site is adjacent to three major parks including Changlong Tourist Resort (about 6,666,667 m2), Longqishan Cultural Park (about 120,000 m2) and the Grand Mansion Urban Park (about 46,000 m2). With boundless greenery, the site boasts abundant natural landscape resources. On the east side, it is the prosperous and bustling urban surface of Wanbo CBD. The project creates a living environment where prosperity and a sense of poetry can switch seamlessly. It also allows for getting in touch with urban greenery at home, which sets a model of high-quality life.

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Gold 🏆 Winner
Global Future Design Awards 2023

Grand Mansion
Residential Architecture (Built)

Shanghai PTArchitects

Chen Xi, Chen Shaotao, Zhan Sulin, Zhou Yubo, Peng Qiujing, Fan Zhaofeng, Zhang Xianyuan

Design Team
Peng Qiujing, Fan Zhaofeng, Zhang Xianyuan

Project Location
Panyu District, Guangzhou City, China



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The project consists of five residential plots and one public building plot. In accordance with the design concept of “Ribbon Park”, the project organically combines different building clusters on the plots while forming a super urban green corridor that links Wanbo CBD with Longqishan Cultural Park. Following the green concept of “Ribbon Park”, the design team arranges the buildings along the curve line of the “Ribbon”. From west to east, low to high, slab-type buildings to tower buildings, the buildings scatter gradually and stretch the greenery of the “Ribbon” to each corner of the community.

The project accords with the planning logic of the “Ribbon Park” and embodies the design concept of “Half Landscape, Half City”. It not only conforms to the local planning and responds to local people’s desired living model, but also highlights its own design languages. Through a modern design approach, the project has created a brand-new pattern of residential community and is expected to create an ideal of dwellings. Therefore, it adopts new design languages to craft the urban surface, which strengthens the identity of the residential development while providing a new example for the design of an ideal living model.