Phase II Eco-City

0614_SCENE Brief_Phase II Eco-CityBringing what managing director john Skipper called “a constantly changing scenery of habitats, sub-tropical rare plants, ravines, water and sky” to Dongguan, John McAslan and Partners have been commissioned to build what the architecture firm’s Web site calls a vast Botanical Gardens and Research Center in Dongguan. The project is the second phase of the gardens, one of the projects assisting the city qualify as a national eco-city. Other elements of the plan, will introduce native trees, 25 plant species from China and abroad, a lychee orchard, an orchid garden and a bonsai garden and improve the herbal medicine garden and rare plants garden.

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