Urban Development

Shanghai 1554-2016

Water Town To Megapolis

Welcome to join us for Water Town To Megapolis — Shanghai 1554-2016 on Tuesday Nov 17, 2016.

We will meet at 10:00 AM and expect the walk to conclude around 18:00 PM. Once we have received your email address and/or phone number, we will contact you shortly with all the neccessary information.

Price per person for this full day tour is 780,- RMB.

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Originating from humble beginnings as a trading post to evolve into one of the world's biggest cities, Shanghai's development through the last centuries has been multifaceted. We start where merchants congregated in the 15th century, explore edifices in which foreign venturers traded goods in the 1920s, all the way to modern days' cathedrals of commerce on both sides of the Huangpu.

Astor House Hotel (Davies&Thomas, 1911) · Bund Waterfront Promenade (NBBJ, 2009) · Customs House (Palmer&Turner, 1927) · Embankment Building (Palmer & Turner, 1932) · Former HSBC Building (Palmer&Turner, 1923) · General Post Office (Stewardson & Spence, 1924) · Huxinting Teahouse (unknown, 1784) · Jin Mao Tower (SOM, 1998) · Jing An Kerry Centre (KPF, 2013) · Karl Gutzlaff Signal Tower (1907) · Oriental Pearl TV Tower (ECADI, 1995) · Park Hotel (Hudec, 1934) · Peace Hotel (Palmer&Turner, 1929) · Shanghai Exhibition Centre (SUDI, 1955) · Shanghai World Financial Center (KPF, 2007) · Shanghai Centre (Portman, 1990) · Shanghai Tower (Gensler, 2016) · Waibaidu Bridge (Howarth Erskine Ltd., 1908) · Yu Garden (Zhen Nanyang, 1559-1577)




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