KPF Designs China’s Newest City Around a Central Lake

Monday, December 10, 2012
Plan for Meixi Lake in China’s Hunan Province. (Courtesy KPF)

Plan for Meixi Lake in China’s Hunan Province. (Courtesy KPF)

It’s no secret that China continues on a trajectory of continued urbanization, placing strain on already-overcrowded cities. To help alleviate this congestion, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) has designed a 120 million-square-foot master-planned new city in China’s Hunan Province called Meixi Lake. The new city is centered around a large, 2.4-mile-long lake and will one day be home to some 180,000 residents.

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