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Shanghai Chandelier, China
Sparch Architects Shanghai Cruise Terminal building design
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Shanghai Cruise Terminal Building : wins award – 20 Sep 2011

One Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
One Mont Kiara Kuala Lumpur
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One Mont Kiara Kuala Lumpur – retail development

Raffles City Ningbo, China
Raffles City Ningbo
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Raffles City Ningbo
Construction is underway on landmark Raffles City Ningbo development, a one-stop shopping, dining, business, and lifestyle destination covering some 157,800 sqm.
In order to realize the project, a world-class design team is assembled, led by this award-winning architects firm, and including Meinhardt (MEP consultant), Arup (fire engineer), MVA (traffic consultant) and the Ningbo local design institute (LDI).

15 Mar 2010

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Raffles City, Beijing, China
Date built: 2008
Raffles City
photo © Christian Richters
Raffles City Beijing : shortlisted in MIPIM Asia Awards
Raffles City Beijing, designed by this international architecture firm, in collaboration with local architects and engineers Sunlight and engineering consultants Arup, has been shortlisted in the Best Chinese project Category of 2009 MIPIM Asia Awards. The mixed-use development is the first completed project by the architects firm in China’s capital. Since its recent opening, the development has been attracting crowds and acclaim with its architectural esthetics and structural innovation, offering a new landmark in Beijing.

Shanghai Chandelier, Shanghai, China
Dates built: 2010-11
Shanghai Cruise Terminal Building
photo : Lin Ho
Shanghai Cruise Terminal Building – 20 Sep 2011
The design practice was appointed the master planner of the Cruise Terminal mixed-use development in 2004. Totalling a floor area of more than 260,000 sqm, the development comprises 80 per cent commercial use and 20 per cent public facilities, and entertainment and retail outlets.

More architecture projects by this architects office online soon

Location: international – Abu Dhabi, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai & Singapore

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About Sparch

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The design firm is an award-winning international architectural consultancy that has been building and designing in Asia for 10 years with proven expertise in urban planning, architecture, landscape and interior design.

Following the success of the Singapore Clarke Quay Redevelopment in 2005, the architecture practice is now delivering a diverse range of landmark projects across Asia, each seeking to offer new experiences within the urban environment. Its portfolio of major projects includes the Raffles City Beijing mixed-use development, Shanghai International Cruise Terminal, and residential developments in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates and Hyderabad, India. The architecture studio is also engaged in a number of other exciting projects in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia which are under construction.

The architecture firm has gained a worldwide reputation for originality and rich expression, and has won architectural design awards in the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, China and Singapore.

The architecture office is led by six directors: Stephen Pimbley, Jeb Beresford, Jan Clostermann, John Curran, Paul Merry and Sven Steiner, and operates from offices in Abu Dhabi, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai and Singapore.

The architecture firm is part of the Archial Group PLC.

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