junya ishigami wins port of kinmen passenger service center contest
 
junya ishigami wins port of kinmen passenger service center contest
may 13, 2014

junya ishigami wins port of kinmen passenger service center contest


junya ishigami wins port of kinmen passenger service center contest
all images courtesy of junya ishigami + associates / port of kinmen passenger service center

 

 

 

japanese architect junya ishigami has been selected to complete the ‘port of kinmen passenger service center‘ located on a taiwanese island, 190km east of china. the competition brief called for a world-class ferry terminal that provides both touristic and recreational activities in addition to functioning as a port-of-call for chinese and international cruise operators.

 

the scheme also serves as a catalyst for the region, driving private investment and stimulating the local economy. energy efficient solutions and devices are also incorporated with the completed design envisioned as a model of sustainability.

junya ishigami port of kinmen passenger service center competition designboom
the ferry terminal provides both touristic and recreational activities

 

 

 

the program includes domestic arrivals, cross-straight departures, port offices, commercial outlets, equipment rooms and administrative areas. phase 1 of the project will have a total floor area of 36,080 square meters, with phase 2 expanding the scheme to a total of 42,480 square meters. the multifunctional center will eventually accommodate 5 million passengers annually.

junya ishigami port of kinmen passenger service center competition designboom
the multifunctional center will eventually accommodate 5 million passengers annually

junya ishigami port of kinmen passenger service center competition designboom
the scheme serves as a catalyst for the region, stimulating the local economy

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