Sparch architects are the architects and master planners of Shanghai’s New International Cruise Terminal, a 800-meter riverfront site located north of the historical ‘Bund’ center of Shanghai. Accommodating three 80,000-tonne cruise ships and an expected passenger flow of over 1.5 million a year, the total construction area is 260,000 sqm. 50% of the built area is constructed below a series of 6 office buildings that face the river and the new terraced public gardens. via Sparch website
Yatzer Design writes that 30% of the land will be open space in their post of fabulous photos of this exciting new architectural development that creates a walkway from the terminal along the Huangpu River and eventually reaching the Shanghai World Expo Site. See more great photos at Yatzer.