This is a project by ACXT and it is located at Beijing, China. Project's program: Educational centre, landscape. There are fifty one images for CEIBS Beijing Campus.
CEIBS (China Europe International Business School) is the Business School leader in Asia. As part of it´s growth has taken the decision of building a new Campus in Beijing contracting AXCT-IDOM Group as design architect.
The new Campus occupies about 19 000m2 in a three floors building and a basement floor in a plot 33 000m2 in the Zhong Guan Cun Science Park in Beijing. The project is conditioned by the teaching function, the Zhong Guan Cun Science Park master planning which proposes a series of compact buildings scattered in the forest as small islands in the ocean and finally by the client´s needs of building it in two phases and making it look as good and as finished also at the end of phase 1.
The building in phase 1 is composed by a basement which occupies completely the plot permitted with the more public and main uses as the lecture hall, the amphitheaters classrooms, discussion rooms and bar. It is full of courtyards that like the Chinese traditional architecture give as a very good climate control and let us prioritize the relationship among different spaces not losing the complete vision of the building. In the other two floors we have some more discussion rooms and flat classrooms and other more not so public uses as professors and staff working spaces and organized as fingers linked to a long corridor. Each floor has a different shape and a different relationship with the forest. Basement relationship is with the trunk of the tree and with the courtyards full of green bamboo creating a introvert space, second floor with the crown with a similar ambient and is the third floor the one occupied by the staff and professors is the one that looks over the forest like a metaphor of a ship lookout. Now we can see finished the phase 1 but it will be in phase 2 when the building will be able to express the dynamic concept of balance thanks to the feng shui art and, in this case, interpreted from our European respectful point of view.