Aedas’ Shanghai project named the world’s best mixed-use architecture

Mapletree Business City Shanghai and VivoCity Shanghai took home a crown at the International Property Awards

January 08, 2016 |
Aedas’s Shanghai project named the world’s best mixed-use architecture

Renderings courtesy Aedas (via ArchDaily)

Designed by Aedas, the Mapletree Business City Shanghai and VivoCity Shanghai is a 297,000-sm mixed-use facility that was completed in 2015. The building has 200,000 sm of Grade A office space, a sky bridge, open-air rooftop garden, and connections to two subway lines and a highway.

The project won the Best International Mixed-Use Architecture award at the 2015 International Property Awards in London, as ArchDaily reports.

Open to residential and commercial property professionals from around the world, the International Property Awards “celebrate the highest levels of achievement by companies operating in all sectors of the property and real estate industry,” according to its website.

The awards are split into six zones—international, Asia Pacific, Europe, UK, Americas, and Africa & Arabia—and each region has its own set of awards for a multitude of categories. The full list of 2015 winners is here.

 

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