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The Beijing ‘creative zone represents the urban typology needed for a new open learning
environment in ‘urbanity in nature’. The design for the ‘creative zone’ encompasses
compression on a dual scale; the greenbelt and the urban fabric. The urban fabric of
the edge is formed by the interweaving of two distinct yet highly interconnected strips.
In the creation of an architectural park, ateliers and pavilions are organised on the basis
of the chinese garden’s emphasis of ‘one view per step’. The parkland becomes an international
showcase of experimental projects and emerging design practices. By implementing
the four clusters of a products life cycle ‘think, develop, produce and sell’ as a continuous
loop of activity, one creates a platform for all steps of the process towards product sales
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