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CADRE INTERNATIONAL TOD CENTRE A Fully Integrated Transportation Interchange and Mixed Use Development


CADRE INTERNATIONAL TOD CENTRE

Atkins architectural experience in large Mixed-Use projects and complex Transport buildings makes it uniquely suited to the emerging trend to integrate these two building types together. Transport Orientated Development (TOD) is an important new building type in both China and South East Asia.

Cadre International TOD Centre is one example of this transformational new building type. In urban and transport integration terms, it brings together places for people to work and live with East Guangzhou’s important transport hub. This project evolves a sustainable model of high density mixed-use development that Atkins have always promoted. It will be China’s first fully integrated Transport Orientated Development (TOD) project, keeping Atkins at the forefront of TOD design in China.


What is

Transport Orientated Design (TOD)? TOD is the development of commercial business inside and around transportation hubs, such that they both are mutually beneficial, and as such create an economically sustainable model.


NON - TOD PROJECT

metro

metro

railway

railway metro

metro

TOD PROJECT metro

metro

RETAIL

RETAIL

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retail railway

retail

retail

railway

railway

retail railway

railway metro

metro


CADRE INTERNATIONAL TOD CENTRE Site Location Cadre International TOD Centre is located 23km east from Guangzhou City Centre in the new district planned around the proposed east Guangzhou high-speed railway station.

23 Km from Guangzhou centre

Zengcheng Cadre International TOD Centre

Zengcheng

CADRE INTERNATIONAL TOD CENTRE


1. Cadre International TOD Centre 2. East GZ High-speed Railway Station 3. Intercity Station 4. Metro Lines 13 and 16

NORTH CBD AREA

2

3

4 1

RESIDENTIAL SOUTH AREA


3 1

4


1. Cadre International TOD Centre 2. East GZ High-speed Railway Station 3. Intercity Station 4. Metro Lines 13 and 16 Underground

2


6 1

1 1


TRANSPORTATION HUB The transportation hub itself includes the elevated intercity railway station that dramatically punches through the podium of the development, an underground high-capacity metro interchange station and a bus and taxi interchange located at ground level. These three transportation facilities are interconnected via the podium that consists of six levels of retail mall above ground and two levels of retail mall below ground.

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2 4

3

1. Retail Mall 2. Intercity Station 3. Metro Lines 13 and 16 Interchange Station 4. Bus/Taxi Transport Interchange 5. GZ East High Speed Rail Station 6. Roof Garden


TOD CONCEPT The design maximises the number of retail floors activated by TOD connections by: 1. Routing Metro passengers through Basement 2 and then up through Basement 1. 2. Integrating retail with Intercity Station arrivals. 3. Connecting to the High Speed Railway Station via Bridges at Level 3. 4. Connecting to neighbouring plots via bridges at Level 2 and Level 3. 5. Connecting to the two towers.

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L6

RETAIL

RETAIL

L5

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

RETAIL

L4 L3

NEIGHBOURING DEVELOPMENT 4

L2

RETAIL

IC DEPARTURES

L1

RETAIL

IC ARRIVALS

B1

RETAIL

B2

RETAIL

Retail activated by TOD Retail not activated by TOD

1

RETAIL BUS/STATION 2

HIGHSPEED RAILWAY STATION 3


TOD PASSENGER ROUTING DIAGRAMS Metro to Intercity, Bus/Taxi and High speed rail

Intercity to Metro, Bus/Taxi and High speed rail

L3 PLAN

L3 PLAN

L2 PLAN

L2 PLAN

L1 PLAN

L1 PLAN

B1 PLAN

B1 PLAN

B2 PLAN

B2 PLAN

Arrival Destination Direction of Travel


TOD PASSENGER ROUTING DIAGRAMS Bus/ Taxi to Metro, Inter-city and High speed rail

High speed rail to Bus/ Taxi, Metro and Inter-city

L3 PLAN

L3 PLAN

L2 PLAN

L2 PLAN

L1 PLAN

L1 PLAN

B1 PLAN

B1 PLAN

B2 PLAN

B2 PLAN

Arrival Destination Direction of Travel


Neighbouring Plots to Bus/Taxi, Metro, Inter-city and High speed rail

Office and Hotel to Bus/ Taxi, Metro, Inter-city and High speed rail

L3 PLAN

L3 PLAN

L2 PLAN

L2 PLAN

L1 PLAN

L1 PLAN

B1 PLAN

B1 PLAN

B2 PLAN

B2 PLAN


to/from ICR

2,100

2

to/from Bridge Connections

4,000

Inter-city Departures

3

Inter-city Arrivals

to/from Metro

11,400

PEAK HOUR DEMAND CALCULATIONS

Trips by Mode:

> 162,000 Walk

> 76,000 Metro Interchange > 13,000 Taxi > 70,000 Inter City

> 12,000 Coach

> 64,000 HS Rail

> 1,000 Car

> 60,000 Bus

= 458,000 trips per day


458,000 trips a day is the estimated capacity over the next 20 to 40 years.

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2

Inter-city Platforms

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TOD HORIZONTAL CIRCULATION ANALYSIS

RAIL 1,900

WALK /CYCLE

INTERCITY

500

2,100

BUS

5,000

4,500

TAXI

7,100

CADRE CADRE CITY INTERNATIONAL PLAZA TOD CENTRE

WALK /CYCLE 4,000

500

10,500 CAR

METRO 4,900

PEAK HOUR DEMAND CALCULATION (Passengers In Both Directions At Peak Hour)

PEDESTRIAN COMFORT LEVELS

11,400

900


TOD PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION AND COMFORT LEVEL AT PEAK HOUR ANALYSIS

L1 PLAN

L2 PLAN


TOD VERTICAL CIRCULATION ANALYSIS All the entrances bring visitors into large and dramatic sunlit atriums that accommodate escalators that interconnect all eight levels of the mall.

PM Peak hour vertical circulation (2 way)

The image to the right summarises the approximate vertical circulation between floors, clearly highlighting the east atrium as a primary route upwards through the development. WEST ATRIUM

EAST ATRIUM

NORTH ENTRANCE MALL ATRIUM

4,500

9,000

2,250


Link to High Speed Rail

TOD VISUAL CONNECTIVITY ACCESSIBILITY ANALYSIS

LOW

L3 PLAN

Retail Atrium Circulation

Visual connectivity and accessibility can be analysed and fine-tuned using Atkins own FATHOM software, that can be used to calculate which mall areas will be the most accessible and most visible to shoppers, which in turn, shows which retail units will command the highest commercial value.

HIGH

Link to High Speed Rail

Bridge from Residential Intercity Departures

Bridge from CBD

Bus/Taxi Intercity Arrivals

Retail Atrium Circulation

L2 PLAN

L1 PLAN

Car/Taxi

B1 PLAN

Metro

EAST ENTRANCE MALL ATRIUM

B2 PLAN


ARCHITECTURE


TOWERS Two tall towers are located on the east and west sides of the podium. The larger 260 metre high tower accommodates a five star hotel, grade A office and SOHO residential apartments. The shorter 182 metre high tower accommodates SOHO residential apartments.


The powerful forms of the towers create a welcoming gateway to visitors. The smooth rock strata-like facades give Cadre International TOD Centre a timeless quality, while the dynamic curves of the podium creates a visual interest and movement that represent the modes of transport that interconnect on the site.


+260m 60 Floors 1800m2 GFA Floorplate

SOHO

+195m 43 Floors 1600m2 GFA Floorplate

8 Floors 13,960m2 GFA

Office

SOHO

24 Floors 42,613m2 GFA

37 Floors 49,550m2 GFA

Hotel

Retail

22 Floors 35,000m2 GFA

6 Floors 76,000m2 GFA

Ground Retail 2 Floors 34,000m2 GFA INTERCITY STATION

Intercity Station

Retail

MEP/BOH

Hotel

Total Below Ground 4 No. Floors Total 124,243 m2 GFA

Office

SOHO

Core


NORTH FACADE The other main feature of the north faรงade is the large and dramatic canopy that stretches over the intercity station platforms and the pedestrian bridge links to the neighboring high speed rail station. It too will be clad externally and internally with materials to match the podium and towers.


FACADES INSPIRED BY ROCK STRATA The unified form of the two towers and podium makes the whole development a singular form. The overall dramatic composition of the building and the horizontal banding of the facades are designed to make the development an iconic form to be seen from afar. The elevations consist of alternating bands of glass and solid panels. The glass bands will be constructed from semi-reflective double glazed panels. The colour and high performance coatings on the glass will be carefully chosen in terms of visual appearance but also in terms of performance to minimise solar gain and to maximise internal day lighting. The horizontal solid bands will be constructed from silver colour aluminium panels. A smooth and flush aesthetic for the cladding has been chosen to make the building seem like a single smooth polished stone form.


Outside the development are large areas of public space, including a civic plaza at the north-east of the site and green garden areas on the south and west of the site that will ensure this landmark project fits well into its context and greatly benefits the surroundings.

PUBLIC SPACE

CIVIC PLAZA/GARDENS


East Retail Plaza

SOHO

Civic Plaza

Water Feature


LED LIGHTING It is proposed that LED lighting will be integrated into horizontal bands to emphasize the banded appearance of the building at night. Further large areas of LED signage and advertisements are located on the north-east and north-west corners.


Glass Panels

Aluminium Panels

LED Lighting

LED light at Night

LED light in Day


SHOPPING MALL The upper levels of the shopping mall do not have any direct connections to the transportation facilities, but have their own attractions including a multiplex cinema, a food court and large public roof garden surrounded by cafes and restaurants that will draw visitors to these upper levels.


Green Landscaping

COURTYARD GARDEN

Amphitheatre seating

Roof lights over Food Court below

F+B seating


SHOPPING MALL PLANS

Metro Retail Retail Service Hotel Service/BOH Office Service/MEP Retail MEP Carpark

LEVEL B2

Storage BOH Hotel Lobby Office Lobby SOHO INTERCITY STATION CINEMA

LEVEL B1


LEVEL L1

LEVEL L2


SHOPPING MALL PLANS

Metro Retail Retail Service Hotel Service/BOH Office Service/MEP Retail MEP Carpark

LEVEL L3

Storage BOH Hotel Lobby Office Lobby SOHO INTERCITY STATION CINEMA

LEVEL L4


LEVEL L5

LEVEL L6


SHOPPING MALL EXPERIENCE

ARRIVAL FROM INNERCITY

ARRIVAL FROM METRO

ARRIVAL FROM CITY


Developer

Marketing Positioning

Architecture & Transport Planning


Architecture Urban Design

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