Tianjin Eco-City In China Designed By Surbana Urban Planning Group Set To Be Completed In 2020

By on Jan 15, 2011 in Amazing, Asia, Business, Headlines, Technology, World Comments

The 30 square kilometer Eco-City in Tianjin, China is set to be completed in 2020. The Eco-project was designed by Surbana Urban Planning Group which will showcase the hottest new energy-saving technologies like wind and solar power, rainwater recycling and waste-water treatment/desalination of sea water.

International news sites reported that the Eco-City is expected to house 350,000 residents in Tianjin. The city was said to be divided in seven sectors which differ in terms of landscaping and programmatic offerings. A Lifescape, an Eco-Valley, a Solarscape, an Urbanscape, a Windscape, an Earthscape and Eco-Corridors.

Tianjin Eco-City is just a 10-minute drive from the business parks at the Tianjin Economic-Development Area. It was situated 150km from the Chinese capital of Beijing and 45km from Tianjin City.

Tianjin Eco-Valley
The Eco-Valley, an 11-kilometer long man-made channel. Serving as a transit corridor from which a light rail transit system operates, allowing residents to easily commute within the site, as well as connect to neighbouring townships and surrounding developments. Image Credit: Surbana Urban Planning Group

The Solarscape

The Solarscape will be the civic center. Located on the waterfront, the area will feature a floating stage for public events. Image Credit: Surbana Urban Planning Group

Tianjin eco-city aerial view
Aerial view of Urbanscape, the core of the Eco-City, featuring stacked programs interconnected by sky-bridges. Image Credit: Surbana Urban Planning Group



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