For the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai ZUS designed a park in a formal harbor area. On the bank of the Huangpu river the park has been lifted creating a stand that is elevated high above the historical docks. Underneath the park space is created for a open-air opera with floating platforms.
Industrial relics like the old cranes are maintained. The structure of the park is based on the imaginary run of the river: it seems like the pathways, benches, kiosk and seating pits are moving along with the water.

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Name: Shanghai World Expo
Location: Shanghai
Date: 2006-2007
Area: 45 ha.
Client: World Expo Shanghai 2010
Status: Built
Jointly with: Niek Rozen, Jeroen van Schooten, Nitagroup

Photographs by WassinkLundgren