Docklands Park | Yangtze River, Jiangyin, China | BAU

Jiangyin is on the Yangtze, the world’s busiest working river. The city is regenerating part of its industrial docklands as a high density live-work district. Stage one of this major project is the creation of a 4km public realm along the river edge. The design was selected through invited competition.

Ambitions re-establish indigenous eco-system corridors;preserve the industrial character;maintain the presence of the historic past;introduce leisure infrastructure for the new eralink beyond the site for the emergence of a city park network. Soft edges and eco corridors

The Yangtze at this location is tidal. This project rehabilitates, preserves, enhances and extends a raft of microhabitats. Complexity of the

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