2023 GFD 🏆 Awards

Gold Winner – Howard Puyue·Zhuhai | PT Architecture Design (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.

The project is located in Doumen District, Zhuhai, with a planned land area of 56,490.13 square meters and a total construction area of 182,162.58 square meters. The total planned construction volume is 162,758.93 square meters, with a planned plot ratio of 2.165-2.49. The site is relatively regular, forming a parallelogram.

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Gold 🏆 Winner
Global Future Design Awards 2023

Howard Puyue·Zhuhai
Housing Architecture (Built)

PT Architecture Design (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.

Wang Lifeng, Wei Jianguang, Zhang Weifeng

Design Team
Bai Yingwei, Yang Runze, Wang Yijing, Zheng Jieqing, Xu Yuhui, Liu Anqi, Wei Haifeng, Shao Wendong, Wei Yong, Cai Jinjie, Zhang Youqiang

Project Location
Doumen District, Zhuhai,China


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The residential area consists of 10 Type 1 high-rise residential buildings and 10 Type 2 high-rise residential buildings. The commercial area is separate from the residential area and has a building area of 8,000.62 square meters, including a two-story building and a seven-story building. The design emphasizes the interplay of varying heights, with 80m high-rise, 33m mid-rise, and 60m high-rise buildings creating a U-shaped skyline with height variations.

Client: Zhuhai Doumen Xintang Fulong Real Estate Development Co., Ltd
Land area: 56490.13m2
Building area: 182162.58m2

The design concept starts from a macro perspective of urban planning, making full use of the site’s unique resources to create a new residential community that is well-organized, well-facilitated, convenient, manageable, and aesthetically pleasing. Leveraging the advantages of proximity to urban green spaces on the south and west sides, the project integrates urban greenery, creating a more livable and comfortable living environment. The project also places emphasis on local and cultural features, exuding a distinct contemporary vibe. The design aims to create a harmonious and elegant living atmosphere through well-organized floor plans and interior spaces.

As China’s influence grows globally, Chinese culture has a larger impact. The “New Asian” architectural style has emerged as a new trend in residential aesthetics. This style blends traditional Chinese elements into modern architectural systems, fusing traditional aesthetics with contemporary living requirements, conveying the essence and charm of Eastern culture.

The facade design adopts the “New Asian” style, infusing Asian and Chinese elements into modern architectural systems while combining traditional aesthetics with modern living styles, thus conveying the charm and essence of Eastern culture. In terms of color, the building is divided into three segments. The base and the top are emphasized in deep brown, while the main body of the middle segment features a light beige color scheme. This harmonizes with the urban style and surrounding projects, creating a warm atmosphere for residential buildings.

The landscape architecture follows a “One Axis, Eight Scenes, Eight Gardens” plan, drawing inspiration from the picturesque landscapes depicted in ancient Chinese paintings. The overall layout unfolds like an exquisite scroll painting, incorporating the essence of flowing water, rhythmic mountains, and tranquil gardens. The goal is to create a harmonious and natural living environment that provides residents with a serene mountain-and-water dwelling and a life of elegance in the manor.