Student Project | Runway for Crayfish | Mengran Zhang

Abandoned airports have received new social attention in recent years. While exploring the local regional characteristics, the design concept attempts to re-activate the site by introducing ecologically sustainable industries.

Background of the site and new opportunities

Located in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China, Nanjing DaJiaoChang was the former site of the Beijing Army’s Grand Teaching Ground during the Ming Dynasty, and in 1929, the Republican government built an airport there, which became the Chinese Air Force base at the time. In 2015, DaJiaoChang Airport was officially closed. However, after years of use, the site on both sides of the runway has left obvious land pollution problems.

Crayfish is one of

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