MLA+ Project featured in latest Topos Landscape Magazine
MLA+ is featured in the latest issue of Topos Landscape Magazine Issue 97. The authors Julian Schäfer and Philipp Hoß use the project masterplan for the regeneration of the G107 highway corridor as one example how the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen is transforming itself from the “workbench of the world” into the “brain of the world”.
MLA+ is active in Shenzhen ever since it started. In recent years this has lead to a series of commissions in which we were able to develop a specific regeneration approach that suits the fast growing urbanisation eastern Asian cities are experiencing. Among them are the regeneration framework for Guanlan River Corridor, the regeneration of Xiangmi Park, the regeneration of Sungang-Qingshuihe, the upgrade of Xixiang urban village as well as the design of new urban spaces for Dayun New Town.