Baiziwan Social Housing

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Baiziwan Social Housing By MAD Architects as Architects

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MAD Revealstheir First Social Housing Project
Baiziwan Social Housing (later referred to as Baiziwan) is the first affordable housing project by MAD Architects, led by Ma Yansong.Situated near the CBD (central business district) in Beijing,the project covers the area of 93,900 square meters, with a total construction area of 473,300 square meters. The scheme is comprised of 12 residential buildings collectively providing 4000 households. Since its completion, almost 3000 families have moved in. The project offers dwellings for welfare dependents and young professionals.

The project is a culmination of Ma Yansong’s extensive research into social…

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Project details
Location BeijingBeijingChina
Program Type Social Housing
Year Build completed in the year 2021
Tags Residential, Residential Architecture, Housing, Social Housing
Involve Companies
Architects MAD Architects
Photographers Coppak Studio (Zhu Yumeng)

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