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Project Description PULANDIAN BAY AREA is about 80km north from Dalian City centre, where has 1,150 km2 (115,000ha) scale and beautiful nature (bay and mountain) sceneries. Dalian City is located between Chinese major cities (Beijing, Shanghai), Korea, and Japan. Nowadays, this area is collecting the expectation of economical and cultural development in China. This project was opened by Dalian Local Government for achieving that expectation as an international competition, and this panel is the wining work as responding to their expectations. This proposal is not only for a new city but a critical urban linkage in the regional urban framework, acting as a growth engine and driving force for the development of industrial innovation in the surrounding area. In addition to providing the crystallization of a regional future vision, the proposal focuses on the natural landscape and environment of Pulandian Bay, providing a new city in harmony with its ecology and the beautiful surrounding topography of its mountains, waterways and harbor. Planning Visions This project proposes 5visons for “New Dalian` Toward the City of Innovation and Sustainability. A new growth engine driving the metropolitan cities of Dalian: By linking with northern industrial development, Pulandian area drives future development of Dalian City as new engine. Multi-Nucleus City - Growth Accelerator Core: Integrated multi functions and characteristic Multi-Nucleus activate “New Dalian`. Strategic urban functional distributions to promote innovation: Human resources developments such as R&D, business ventures, and educations are designed and arranged in Master Plan. Environmental network to achieve low carbon society: Networked public transportation, controlled energy networks, ecological linkages and those integrations achieve the low carbon society. Landscape design for the integration of nature environment and human urban life: Synthesis of nature environment and urban life creates sustainable development


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