CK Designworks has designed a 24-storey industrial and commercial building in China that could become a model for similar buildings elsewhere in the world. The building, which is being a called 'a high rise factory that is one of a kind', aims at new levels of sustainability and environmental conservation for industrial buildings.
CK Designworks’ concept design for the world heritage site in Nanjing, China featured in the AGE on August 2011. Together with ERM they will undertake the planning of a 40 square km historic zone listed by UNESCO. Including landscape, transport infrastructure and three
CK Designworks' design for a vertical street in Melbourne has featured in New Scientist. The feature discusses the innovative design that achieves a unique and sustainable multi-storey building on a small site in the heart of Melbourne. Full Story: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/onepercent/2011/05/vertical-street-uses-latest-in.html
CK Designworks' design for a major upgrade to the central business district of the city of Minsk in Belarus has featured in World Architecture News. When constructed the $US1.2 billion project will provide 360-thousand square metres of commercial, retail and residential development space in the centre of the country's capital city. of about 10 million people. Full Story: http://www.worldarchitecturenews.com/index.php?fuseaction=wanappln.projectview&upload_id=16168
CK Designworks’ concept design for the Pukou district of Nanjing, China has featured in World Architecture News sent out 28 February 2011. The feature, which also discusses China’s potential role in providing work opportunities for international architects, outlines the 20 sq km