logon UR @ Sino-French Urban Renewal Exchange Forum
As one of the series of events in the Shanghai Urban Space Art Season, the "Sino-French Urban Renewal Exchange Forum" was successfully held on Wednesday afternoon, January 20, at Huaxin Huitiandi, Zhangjiang, Pudong. At the invitation of logon Loon's long-term partner Huaxin, the founders of logon Loon Architectural Design Consulting Co., Ltd. Ms. Wang Fang and Mr. Frank Krueger (Ke Funan) attended the forum and published the theme "The History and Opportunities of Shanghai for Urban Rejuvenation" In his speech, he traced the changes and development of Shanghai’s urban renewal, social and cultural, and lifestyle in the past few decades, and pointed out that as the number of the middle class continues to increase, in addition to working space and living space, leisure and entertainment The space gradually became an indispensable space in urban life. Urban renaissance is how to provide people with a richer and diversified space through correct transformation and renewal, and enhance the functional value of urban areas, as well as key issues such as population concentration and carrying capacity. They mentioned that urban renaissance is not just the transformation of a building, but the transformation of the environment. A successful design is based on a full understanding of the background of the project location. The key to project positioning is to find the most suitable location and find the most optimal solution.
In this forum, famous French landscape designer Michel Hoessler and architect Jacques Ferrier shared some experiences and cases in urban renewal in France, while the local Chinese designer Zhuang Shen and the Chinese American designer Liu Yuyang talked about to understand China’s concepts and ideas on urban renewal, share and find the exchange and resonance of the concept of “urban renewal” in the context of Chinese and Western cultures. In his speech, Frank Krueger (Ke Funan) shared the latest project in cooperation with Huaxin-the overall planning and design concept of the Shanghai INESA Golden Bridge Project, and how to fully tap the development potential and economic benefits of the Golden Bridge site.