ASIA-CHINA/Shanghai-2

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

From 'TIME' 2000, 'The Guinness Book of Records 1988', The world atlas of Architecture' John Julius Norwich/Portland House,1988, 

 

Century Park
  
 Shanghai



 Photo by Jinseong Hwang(#1/October 2004), Byunguh Yu(#2/November 2006).

 

Lu Xun Park/Old Hong Kou Park
  
146 East Jiangwan Road, Shanghai




 Memorial place of Korean for Pirate Bonggil Yun. Opened on 1905. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 11 August 2009.

 

Plum Ground
  
Lu Xun Park, Shanghai




 In 1994, Korean style building was completed on this site of Pirate Bonggil Yun. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 11 August 2009.

 

Yuyuan Garden
  
Pudong Park Lujiazui, Shanghai




 A
place of peace and comfort in the heart of bustling Shanghai, dates back to the fabled Ming Dynasty. Now a popular tourist destination, Yuyuan began as a private garden created by Pan Yunduan, who spent almost 20 years to build a garden in order to please his parents in their old age.

 

Yuyuan Road
  
 Shanghai



 Photo by Jinseong Hwang on October 2004. 

 

Street Scene
  
 Xintiandi, Shanghai



 
Photo by Byunguh Yu on 12 November 2006.

 

Shanghai Mart
  
 Shanghai



 
Photo by Byunguh Yu on 12 November 2006.

 

Brilliance Shimao International Plaza
  
 789 Nanjing Road East, Puxi, Shanghai



 
Architect by East China Architectural Design & Research Institute Co. Ltd. and Ingenhoven Overdiek und Partner on 2001-2006. Height 333m and 60 floors. The building includes a 9 floor shopping mall, a 48 floor five-star hotel-le Royal meridien Shanghai-761 guestrooms, and 3 floors of exclusive clubs. Location at the centre of Shanghai on the historic area, opposite the People's Square. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 12 November 2006.

 

Tomorrow Square Building
  
 399 Nanjing Road West, Puxi, Shanghai



 
Architect by John Portman & Associates on 2003. Fifth tallest building in Shanghai, close to People's Square. It is about 285 m tall and has 55 floors. Photo by Byunguh on 11 August 2009.

 

Bund Center
  
 Huangdu Puxi, Shanghai



 
Architect by John Portman & Associates on 2002. 198m and 45th floors. The crown on the top weights 585.5 ton. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 8 November 2006.

 

United Plaza
  
 Jingan Puxi, Shanghai



 
Architect by C.Y.Lee & Partners on 2001. Height 160m and 43 floors. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 12 November 2006.

 

Plaza 66
  
Nanjin Xi-lu Jingan, Puxi, Shanghai



 Architect by East China Architectural Design & Research Institute Co. Ltd., Frank C.Y.Feng Architects & Associates, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates PC on 2001. 288m heifht and 66 floors. Tallest building in Puxi-west side of Huangpu River. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 12 November 2006.

 

Shanghai Exhibition Centre
  
 Jingan, Puxi, Shanghai



 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 12 November 2006.

 

Peace Hotel
  
 Shanghai




 
Arichtec by P&T Architects & Engineers Ltd in 1929. Dongyang Elevator and height 77 meter & 13th floors. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 12 November 2006.

 

Park Hotel
  
 Shanghai

 


 Architect by Laszlo Hudec in 1934. Height 84 m and 22th floors. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 12 November 2006.

 

Changfeng Hotel
  
 Changning, Shanghai

 


 Architect by East China Architectural Design & Research Institute Co.Ltd. in 2005. Height 218 m and 53th floors. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 12 November 2006.

 

Shanghai Shipping Exchange
  
 Shanghai

 


 From Oriental Pearl TV Tower. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 8 November 2006.

 

Harbour Ring Plaza
  
 18 Xizang Middle Road, Shanghai

 
  

 Architect by East China Construction Design Institute, P&T Architects and Engineerings Ltd. on 1997. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 11 August 2009.