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Architects Profile
Written by A.I.   
Wednesday, 02 January 2008 07:37

ming_zhang.jpg Name: Ming Zhang, AIA
Senior Partner and Design Director, MulvannyG2 Architecture
Born: 2/26/63
Birthplace: Nanjing, China
Nationality: American citizen

Born and trained as an architect in China, Mr. Zhang came to the U.S. in 1986 to study architecture in graduate school. His talent and creativity combined with his special ability to address each client’s specific needs, earned him a distinguished reputation as a world class designer at MulvannyG2 Architecture.  With over 20 years of architectural experience in the United States, Asia and the Middle East, Mr. Zhang’s strengths include high-rise architecture, urban mixed-use development planning, civil architecture, corporate headquarter and technology park design, and overall planning.

 

 

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MulvannyG2 Architecture - Redmond City Hall PDF Print Email
Civic
Written by John Morales   
Friday, 18 April 2008 01:54

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The economic boom of the late 1980s and 90s fueled remarkable growth within the City of Redmond, home to software giants Microsoft and Nintendo America. This period saw a similar growth in the size of the City government. As the new century began, it became clear that they had outgrown their existing 1960s era building, and needed a newer, more flexible facility that would serve their needs and represent the City as they faced the future.


The new Redmond City Hall building is the largest public works project ever undertaken in the City’s history. In order to ease the financial burden that such a project would impose, Wright Runstad & Company and the City agreed upon a public / private funding mechanism which has become increasingly more popular for the financing of public projects.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 18 December 2009 07:58
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MulvannyG2 Architecture - Zhangjiang Semiconductor Research Park PDF Print Email
Research Facilities
Written by Camille Chami   
Wednesday, 02 January 2008 04:16

Zhangjiang_08.jpg Zhangjiang Semiconductor Research Park, Phase II is an important component of the Zhangjiang High-tech Park.

Located in the heart of Shanghai, the park attracts top-notch technology and research companies and has established Shanghai as a world leader in technology. MulvannyG2 Architecture designed phase II as a complementary 118-acre addition to the existing park, creating one of the largest high-tech parks in the world.

Photos © Sheng Zhonghai

Last Updated on Friday, 18 December 2009 07:44
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MulvannyG2 Architecture - Headquarters of Fujian Provincial Electric and Power Company PDF Print Email
Offices
Written by Camille Chami   
Friday, 30 May 2008 08:31

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MulvannyG2 Architecture for designed this 31-story tower as a landmark building for the city of Fuzhou, Fujian Province, China.


It serves as the headquarters for a regional power company the Fujian Provincial Electric and Power Company, and includes a 22-story high communications tower.

 

All pictures are courtesy of Shen zhong hai

 

Last Updated on Friday, 18 December 2009 07:49
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MulvannyG2 Designs High-Tech Business Park in Shanghai PDF Print Email
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Written by A.I.   
Thursday, 21 August 2008 09:56

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MulvannyG2 Architecture recently designed a high-tech business park in Shanghai which was completed this month. Located in a 2.5 million-square-foot ecological green area surrounded by mountains and water, the Park provides an appealing work oasis for a growing number of high-tech businesses in China.




The Shanghai Corporation Business Headquarters Park was constructed by developer Xingyue Investment Group. As one of Shanghai’s largest and most advanced office parks, it is intended to be a magnet for international and local high-tech firms, similar to the Zhangjiang Semiconductor Research Park designed by MulvannyG2 last year, in Shanghai.


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