Zhoushan Yepaidang / John Curran Architects

Zhoushan Yepaidang / John Curran Architects

A vision to regenerate a stretch of coastline into a lively promenade of 70 seafood restaurants along the south coast of Zhoushan island – the municipal centre of an archipelago of islands 200km south of Shanghai.

Zhoushan yepaidang / john curran architects
Zhoushan yepaidang / john curran architects

Supporting Zhoushan’s tourism and fishing industry, the Yepaidang was visited by over 2 million people in 2012, contributed 40% additional revenue to the local economy, and generated a revenue of RMB 160 million in 2011. A truly cooperative design, flexible planning is the key.

Zhoushan yepaidang / john curran architects

Restaurant units can open up their dividing partition walls to combine together for large social gatherings, and separate for intimate family and corporate parties.

Project Details:

Location: Zhoushan Island, China
Area: 6,000 sqm
Architects: John Curran Architectswww.jcurranarchitects.com
Design Team: John Curran, Design Director – Maggie Wang, Project Architect

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