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In the era of globalization where cross-border flow of educational resources has become the norm, Zhejiang University has proposed a strategic concept for the construction of an international campus. The project is located at the Juanhu Lake International Science Park, east of Haining City, Zhejiang Province. To its south is the Juanhu Lake which covers an area of 1,300 mu, and to its north is the Wetland Park. River channels run along the east and west side, forming a natural shield around the site.
▼从西北侧俯视整个校区，Northwest aerial view of the entire campus ©赵强
The campus planning breaks away from the conventional planning model with functional zones as the key, adopts the British-style “residential college” as the basic framework and establishes a functional structure of “college + teaching and service complex + public scientific research platform”, proposing a multi-functional model.
▼生态景观，交通环路与功能布局，Ecological landscape, transportation and function layout ©浙江大学建筑设计研究院
The Campus enjoys a neo-classical style in general, with each group changing slightly, either dignified and rational, or elegant and casual, or even modern and minimalist. It is diverse yet inclusive, and not only reflects the historical depth of internationalization, but also expresses the self-confidence and sense of belonging of Zhejiang University’s own culture.
▼从湖东看校区整体景观，Lake view ©赵强
▼湖面与建筑，Lake and the buildings ©赵强
▼校门，School gate ©赵强
▼从草坪望向大讲堂，View to the Auditorium from the lawn ©赵强
▼从湖面连桥望向大讲堂，View to the Auditorium from the bridge on the lake ©赵强
▼大讲堂侧面全景，View of the Auditorium from one side ©赵强
Fair-faced red bricks were used as the main materials for the building’s exterior wall. By constructing more than a dozen of different combinations with simple red bricks for architectural details, the design embodies a new interpretation of traditional architectural language. The meticulous masonry and natural color tone allow the completed fair-faced brick surface to present vivid visual effects. On sunny days, the shadows were rich yet undignified. On rainy days, the wet red bricks and light-colored sandstone appear warm and calm. The alternating impressions under different weathers make the entire campus seem to have a sense of history since its completion.
▼教学南区，South area of the teaching building ©赵强
▼教学楼外墙以清水红砖为主要材料，The exterior wall of the buildings using fair-faced red bricks ©赵强
▼透过门洞看教学楼，View to the teaching building through the openings ©赵强
▼教学楼入口细部，Details of teaching building’s entrance ©赵强
▼红砖细节，Details of red bricks ©赵强
All the time brick, stone, veranda and column are essential elements in campus culture. Red brick, suitable for the temperament of campus, forms a warm and massive appearance, graceful and pure, and more importantly, inherits and carries forward the rich cultural atmosphere.
▼充满人文气息的文理学院内院，Arts and Science Building ©赵强
▼教学北区，North area of the teaching building ©赵强
▼东区书院，East Residential College ©赵强
▼西区书院局部，West Residential College ©赵强
▼西区书院入口，Entrance of the West Residential College ©赵强
Therefore, the architects paid more attention to shaping an intellectual atmosphere so as to echo the campus. It’s the design value and ultimate purpose of the project as well that create more significant spaces where teachers and students can live and learn pleasantly with great experiences.
▼教学楼中庭，Atrium of teaching building ©赵强
▼夜景，Night view ©赵强
▼总平面图，master plan ©浙江大学建筑设计研究院
Project name: International Campus of Zhejiang University
Location: No. 718 Haizhou East Road, Ninghai, Zhejiang
Client: Haining Social Construction Development Investment Group Co., Ltd.
Client Administration institution: Haining International Campus Project Construction Headquarters Office
Architectural firm: The Architectural Design & Research Institute of Zhejiang University Co., Ltd.(http://www.zuadr.com/)
Chief architects: Dong Danshen, Lao Yanqing
Architects: Ye Changqing, Chen Jian, Chen Yu, Lu Ji, Yang Yidong, Hu Huifeng
Area: 66.67 hectares (666,700 sqm)
Total construction area: 399,231.31 sqm
Photographer: Zhao Qiang