Please Select One Of ENCLAVE’s Awards

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ENCLAVE PLANNING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Sustainable Development Award (2010)

NOW IN ITS 18TH YEAR THE AUSTRALIA CHINA BUSINESS AWARDS WERE HOSTED IN 2010 FOR THE FIRST TIME IN SHANGHAI.

ENCLAVE’S SHOWCASE PROJECT, ANKEN GREEN WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN WINNING THE SUSTSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND PEOPLES CHOICE CATAGORIES FOR THE ANKEN GROUP.

AWARDS WERE PRESENTED AT A GALA CEREMONY WHICH INCLUDED SPECIAL GUESTS - DR GEOFF RABY (AUSTRALIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA), CHRISTOPHER WRIGHT (SENIOR TRADE COMMISSIONER OF AUSTRADE), GRANT HACKETT OAM AND WHITNEY FITZSIMMONS FROM THE AUSTRALIA TV NETWORK.

Austcham Australia China Business Awards (2007)

ENCLAVE MAKES THE FINALS IN TWO CATEGORIES FOR THE PRESTIGIOUS 2007 AUSTCHAM AUSTRALIA CHINA BUSINESS AWARDS. THE CATEGORIES ARE:

AUSTCHAM ANZ BUSINESS EXCELLENCE – SMALL MEDIUM ENTERPRISES and AUSTCHAM BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURIAL

INTERVIEWS BY A PANEL OF EXPERTS WERE HELD THROUGHOUT OCTOBER AND WERE CONCLUDED WITH A GALA CEREMONY AT THE HONG KONG GRAND HYATT ON THE 25 OCTOBER 2007.

Qinghua College Residential Community, Nanjing, China (2006)

first place

(invited landscape masterplan competition)

qinghua college residential community

10.9 Ha

A prize winning landscape Master Plan for the qinghua college residential community. The Master Plan was designed in three parts; overall and then in two parts East and West. The landscape concept for the Qinhua College Residential Master Plan takes its inspiration from European Cubist Style of the 1930’s. Cubism was known for its use of prime colors and organic shapes often symbolizing the idea of nature. Within the master plan, prime colors appear principally in two areas; firstly within the planting and secondly through the use of materials.The site is divided naturally into three main areas; townhouses to the north and east, the central villas and the remaining multifamily buildings, mostly towards the west. The majority of landscapes appear as courtyard style spaces which have been carefully designed to provide community amenity as well as a picturesque outlook. A range of activity spaces (from seating areas, children’s playgrounds to exercise stations) are found within these courtyards.

Huishan New City Master Plan, Wuxi, China (2004)

first place

(invited planning competition)

Huishan New City Master Plan

Wuxi, China

76 sq.km

A winning competition scheme for regional strategies and core zone Master Plan of Wuxi's secondary city center undertaken by the Wuxi Government. From the super regional to the 6 sq.km core zone, the design established new urbanist principles developed as a mixed use framework of neighborhoods and neighborhood centers. Managing existing architecture and workable place making strategies the scheme provided a clear directional program for the creation of a vibrant new community.

Nanqiao Master Plan Shanghai, China (2004)

Second Place

(invited planning competition)

40 Ha

A prize winning Master Plan for the Fengxian District New Government Center. The Master Plan was designed in three parts; overall and then in two parts East and West. The West containing a majority of existing conditions with the East largely as a greenfield site. The Master Plan also included the architecture and Landscape Design of several major public buildings and open spaces; Public Library, Exhibition Hall, Court House, Government Administration and People's Square.

Jiubei New Town Master Plan Yixing, China (2004)

First Place

(Invited Planning Competition)

Jiubei New Town Master Plan

Yixing, China

110 Ha

A winning Master Planning scheme for a New Urban waterfront community consisting of residential uses ranging from 5-6 to 24 storey apartment buildings. The design focused on creating quality public spaces with a major town center and several neighborhood centers capitalising on existing waterways and surrounding parklands. The master plan included 5 residential neighborhoods with some commercial uses and 2 major educational parcels.

Kunshan Waterfront, Kunshan, China (2006)

Third Place

(Invited Landscape Master Plan Competition)

Landscape Master Plan for 4.6 km of waterfront along both banks of the Xia Jia River which runs through the center of Kunshan City. Rather than creating stand alone islands of development ENCLAVE’s master plan augmented the surrounding urban context, simply by providing convenient access to nature and new recreational activities. In the short term, bringing a better quality of life for the adjacent residents and in time provide a new recognizable recreational core for the city of Kunshan.

The master plan incorporated development along the waterfront at three major locations; Center Island, the Sports Marina and Eco Park. All three were designed with different characters and uses providing a broad range of visual, passive and active open spaces.

The majority of development area was allocated to Center Island which was envisaged as the heart of the waterfront and a natural destination for both local residents and tourists.Taking precedent from other cities around the world such as Miami, Paris, Rome and Berlin, its island form created a concentrated development zone while also capitalizing on views to the surrounding waterfront.

Tianjin's 600 Year Anniversary Plaza, Tianjin, China (2004)

Third Place

(Open Landscape Competition)

Domino Plaza (Celebrating Tianjin's 600 year of History)

Tianjin, China

Competing in this open competition for the design of a square celebrating the 600 year history of Tianjin City, ENCLAVE's prize winning scheme incorporated contemporary design language with traditional proportions and culturally symbolic references. The design particularly featured the writings of Tianjin writer Li Shu Tong.

Gunlin Medicine Park, China (2003)

frist Place

(invited Landscape Competition)

Chinese Medicine Valley Master Plan

Guilin, China

200 Ha

Master Planning and landscaping strategies for a public park and recreational green space spread over four sites and connected by water. Located on the most populous tourist route from Guilin City to Yangshuo, the design took its inspiration from the five elements of Wood, Water, Fire, Metal and Earth found within Chinese Medicine. The Master Plan combined commercial, civic and recreational/tourist uses with a framework sensitive to the spectacular surrounding landscape of Guilin.