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West Kowloon Terminus by Aedas nominated Best Futura Mega Project at MIPIM Awards

23 Mar
VNRE – One of Aedas’ flagship projects, the Express Rail Link West Kowloon Terminus, was crowned Best Futura Mega Project at the MIPIM Awards 2012. The results were announced at the close of this year’s MIPIM, which was attended by some 19,000 of the world’s real estate professionals.

Designed by Andrew Bromberg of Aedas, in a joint venture collaboration with AECOM, the high-speed rail terminus station will connect Hong Kong to Beijing with the largest rail network in our history as it completes construction in 2015. Located in central Hong Kong, the 430,000 sq m facility will be the largest subterranean rail terminus in the world.
Aside from being one of Asia’s largest transportation hubs, West Kowloon Terminus will also offer a mix of civic and commercial uses.
As a major gateway to Hong Kong, the Terminus was designed to evoke a sense of occasion among arriving and departing passengers. This is reinforced with an expansive concourse offering a vast façade with views of the harbour, the Hong Kong skyline, Victoria Peak and beyond.
Each year, the MIPIM awards consider the most innovative, ambitious and exciting real estate projects from around the world. This year’s awards featured entries from a number of prestigious projects competing in the following eight categories: Best Industrial and Logistics Development, Best Refurbished Building, Best Shopping Centre and Best Futura Mega Project. Entries were judged by a panel of industry experts and were voted for by MIPIM participants.

Source: e-architect | Photos courtesy of Design Stories Social Network
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Mirax Cam Ranh Resort

11 Nov
VNRE – Cam Ranh Resort is a five star destination and sanctuary, a place where people may take refuge from the polluted city and busy life style to a relaxing destination. The master plan’s axis for the individual components of the project runs from the buildings towards the sea, making use of the landscape and opening spaces. The low-rise villas and buildings are spread out along the low lining land creating a focal point at open vistas, promoting a sense of peacefulness and relaxation. The hotel main entry drive is separated to create a sequencial experience on arrival offer security and privacy to the guest. The proposed development has a site area of 150,852sq.m with a total G.F.A. of approximately 57,000sq.m with deluxe resort hotel, villas spa centre and condo.

Location: Cam Ranh District, Khanh Hoa Province, Vietnam
Owner: Mirax Group
Design: Aedas
Completion Year: 2014

Source: Aedas.com

Sunshine Danang Complex

20 Jan

VNRE – Sunshine Danang Complex project is located at a crossroads Pham Van Dong boulevard and Son Tra – Dien Ngoc coastal road, invested by Housing and Urban Development group (HUD). Project scale includes 01 tower for hotel and condotel 58 storeys high and and 03 apartment blocks 47 storeys high with more than 1000 apartments.

The project was approved in terms of design (AEDAS undertakes). As expected, Sunshine Danang Complex will be launched in Q3 2011, when completed this will be the highest building in the beautiful city – Da Nang.

Update on 07/12/2011:





Location map

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Source: Aedas.com

Park City Hochiminh City

4 Jan
VNREPark City is located in South Ho Chi Minh City and represents a total of 6000 apartments high rise, mid-rise and townhouses. Stage 1 comprises 1800 apartments, high rise and mid rise.






Source: Aedas.com

The Phu My Complex

22 Dec
VNREThe Phu My Complex has overall scale of 12 buildings with height from 23 to 45 floors. Located in My Dinh new urban, Tu Liem District, Ha Noi Capital on an area of 10.42 hectares.


Project owner: Van Phu Invest.
Design consultant: AEDAS – Hongkong
Contractor: Hai Dang Company
Total investment: 9.000 billion VND
Complete by 2014






Source: Aedas.com