Jackie Chan
Jiangmen Movie Park
Approved design
Jiangmen, China
38 068 sq.m.


The aim of the project is to achieve complete harmony between buildings and nature. The buildings in this project will not be noticeable, they will be just a part of the nature…

The Solution

The project is for a Movie Park which includes four main buildings: Movie museum, Private club, Movie studio with office area and a Hotel. In order to keep the concept “green” and sustainable, only electric cars, electric bikes and bicycles will be allowed to have access to the complex. Outside the project area there will be a car parking. The nature in Jiangmen is incredibly beautiful and the goal of this project is to make the buildings be a part of this nature. The Movie museum from a bird’s eye view looks like the happy Chinese number 8. This building is a natural extension of the field that is located on. Around the museum there will be hundreds of abstract stars. At the night, the lights in the building will be put out, and the “stars” will light up. That is why the building in the day and in the night will look very different. The Club will be located in the lake. It represents and stylizes a lotus flower, which base will be used for various events. The roof will be landscaped garden terrace. Among the sculptural surfaces there will be a mirror glass facade to reflect the lake and the sky.


The Movie studio and office will be used by the movie star Jackie Chan. He will use the studio to for filming purposes and the office part will be used for their team’s own needs. The roof of this building will be partially landscaped and from a bird’s eye view the building will represent the initials of Jackie Chan: JC. The hotel will reflect the shapes of the mountains and will be with a fully landscaped roof. The front facade will be constructed out of mirrored glass that would reflect the nature surrounding the project. All buildings will be powered by renewable sources and will be built by a large percentage of recyclable, renewable and sustainable materials.


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