By Xuan Shen
Thanks to Chinese Reform and Opening-up Policy, Shenzhen has gone through rapid development, which starts from the Special Economic Zone inside the border. The economic boom attracts a great number of immigrants, who mainly live in urban villages or districts outside the border. The living standard of these people is rather low due to the bad living conditions and remoteness of the area.
The classification of urban space and class becomes more severe because of the law of capital operation, the history of being Special Economic Zone, and Mount Melin located in the middle of the city. As a result of this, Shenzhen, the city of opportunity, has already lost its initial mobility.
This project seek for a break though via landscape method, aiming at twisting the linear axis of urban planning and building the model of the Mobius strip. This highly developed city can keep the same mobility nowadays as it did in 1979.