1. 前海水城 - Qianhai Water City (trailer)

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    This short trailer is cut from a 10 minute presentation video I created for James Corner Field Operations. 'Qianhai Water City' was awarded First Prize in the International Competition for the Planning of the Qianhai Region of Shenzhen, beating out 10 other invited design teams including OMA/Rem Koolhaas, BLAU Architecture and Urbanism, Bjarke Ingles Group, SWA, and Nikken Sekke among others. The project site includes 4,500 acres of reclaimed land surrounding Qianhai Harbor on the western coast of Shenzhen. Upon implementation, Qianhai is envisioned to be the financial, logistics and service hub of Shenzhen, and a major new urban center – a “Manhattan” -- in the Pearl River Delta mega-region, linking Hong Kong to Shenzhen and Guangzhou. The JCFO scheme envisions a new “Water City” for 1.5 million people. The design is dense, compact, mixed, sustainable and centered around the area’s most important resource – water. For more information: http://www.bustler.net/index.php/article/james_corner_field_operations_wins_urban_design_competition_in_qianhai_shen/ Music by Ronald Jenkees: http://www.ronaldjenkees.com/

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    • Audi Urban Future Initiative: Pearl River Delta by NODE Architecture&Urbanism

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      More info at: http://www.archdaily.com/tag/audi-urban-future-initiative/

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      • into Pearl River Delta

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        Shot 2009 in the Pearl River Delta. Part of the "into..."-Project within which 16 Composers travelled to Dubai, Johannburg, Istanbul and the Pearl River Delta. More visit: www.johanneslist.de

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        • Toxic Denim

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          Video by Gabriela Splendore, Katarzyna Hanna Michalik and Mariana Catta Preta. Toxic Denim is a video based on true events taking place on Pearl River Delta in Guangzhou, China. The river is extensively polluted due to the manufacture industry near its banks. Toxic Denim questions the blue blood and its sense, the dualism of the post-modernism world’s consequences underpinning the fashion industry abuse of mass production. The video contrasts the working lower class with the high consumerism of our society today.

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          • Water in a changing world

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            For centuries the Dutch have fought a running battle with water, in which they have learnt not only how to keep their feet dry, but also how to clean and recycle water. Below is a summary of the major events in the regard through the history of the Netherlands.

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            • Urbanism gone mad - China's manufacturing province

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              3 minutes' footage on the Guangshen Expressway outside Shenzhen, with overlaid statistics

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              • Weave - Pearl River Delta, Furniture Manufacturing

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                WEAVE - Interlacing Heritage and Design - The WEAVE Mission Statement Our mission is to innovate the furniture industry in China. We will provide high quality innovative fusion furniture, worthy of China's rich cultural history. We will respect Chinese traditions and cultural heritage, whilst ensuring environmental and workers' rights best practices. Our furniture will inspire international respect for Chinese design and manufacturing promoting national pride and new local collaboration, hence strengthening the future of the furniture industry in the Pearl River Delta.

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                • HPH - PRD.

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                  Jinhui Huang. Projections of global maritime trade have thus far been heavily based on the productivity of individual administrative regional boundaries. In the map of “Merchandise Export of WTO members”, the economic value of a country is gauged by the monetary worth of its exports. And yet, how accurate is to depict the world economy based on the contribution of every inscribed national boundary? I would argue that this method of representing the economic power of the world has become obsolete as soon as one speaks about globalization. Globalization has transcended the administrative borders that once demarcated land ownership, resource allocation, labor force, technological advancement and manufacturing intensities, all of which demonstrated the quality of goods as well as the legimitacy of a country’s resourcefulness. From the world of “made in U.S.A.” to a world of “designed in California, made in China, and mined in Brazil”, it appears that our methods of representing the economic world still reside in the paradigm of the Industrial Revolution. I would also argue that the content of the UN projection is contradictory to the methodology of the projection. In order to talk about global economies, we need to discuss the neglected mechanisms that first enabled global merchant trade: maritime trade. "HPH - PRD" research booklet: http://issuu.com/oceanicturn/docs/hph_and_prd_booklet This research video was created as part of The Oceanic Turn Advanced Seminar, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Spring 2014: gsd.harvard.edu/#/academics/courses/adv-09132-spring-2014.html

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