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Key Contemporary Mongolian Building Developments, China, Central Asia

post updated 21 March 2022

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Buildings in Inner Mongolia

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Mongolian Architecture. We aim to include buildings that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both.

We cover completed buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Mongolia. The focus is on contemporary Mongolian buildings but information on traditional buildings in Inner Mongolia is also welcome.

Inner Mongolian Building – Latest Designs

20 Mar 2022
CapitaMall Nuohemule, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia
Architecture: CLOU architects
CapitaMall Nuohemule Hohhot
photo : Chill Shine
CapitaMall Nuohemule, Hohhot
CapitaMall Nuohemule stands as a new, comprehensive kind of contemporization: far beyond a simplistic mall refurbishment with superficial re-application of materials, it is about extracting the essence of a building and converting it into a new, adventurous, and future-proof concept that manages to withstand and challenge the strong competition of urban retail precincts with its unique offer.

27 Feb 2020
National Cardiovascular Centre, Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Architects: IDOM
National Cardiovascular Centre Ulan Bator Mongolia
image courtesy of architects practice
National Cardiovascular Centre Mongolia
The Luxembourgian cooperation agency LuxDev chose IDOM through a selection process based on merits and an ideas competition for the design of the new building that will house the National Cardiovascular Centre (NCC) in Ulan Bator, Mongolia. LuxDev has been supporting the Mongolian health service for over 20 years in its fight against cardiovascular illnesses, which have great incidence in the population, making it one of the main public health issues in the country.

13 Aug 2017
Revolving Sail Bridge, Ordos, Kangbashi, Mongolia
Design: Margot Krasojević Architects
Revolving Sail Bridge
image courtesy of architecture practice
Revolving Sail Bridge in Mongolia
The bridge consists of a main floating section which gives buoyant support to three expanding walkways, and a carbon fiber triple sail which is raised and lowered by the buoyancy rotator. The bridge is a flexible structure that can relocate by sailing along the river to its new position. To do so, it folds into multiple sections that stack into each other.

21 Sep 2015
Heliostat Sand Turbine Hotel Mongolia, Gobi Desert
Design: Margot Krasojevic
Heliostat Sand Turbine Hotel Mongolia design
image courtesy of architects studio
Heliostat Sand Turbine Hotel
The Gobi desert has a dry prevailing Westerly wind which choreographs a shifting landscape, reforming dunes and redefining ecological terrains. The Gobi’s extreme climate and latitude contribute to the nature of the wind currents.

14 Mar 2013
The National Archaeological Museum of Mongolia international architecture competition, National Park, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Design: Barna Architects
National Archaeological Museum of Mongolia
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National Archaeological Museum of Mongolia
The National Archaeological Museum of Mongolia is a multifunctional complex, containing research, educational, and exhibition space, and offices as well, all in all, making it the building floor area 50,000 square meters. The site is located in Ulaanbaatar in the National Park close to the city center. The design assimilates and conforms to the existing establishments and facilities, including the promenade, fountain, and bicycle road.

Buddhist Temple Ordos

15 Aug 2011
Cable Car Stations, Ordos Shi
Design: Margot Krasojevic
Dichroic Illusion Stations
picture from architect studio

12 Apr 2011
Yellow River Hotel, Inner Mongolia
Architects: Sunlay Design
Yellow River Hotel Building
image from architects
Yellow River Hotel
Beijing Sunlay Design’ s proposal for the Yellow River Hotel of Jungar Banner. This building stands with a building area of 44560 m²above ground and has a building area of 23644 m²under ground, which adds to a total building area of 68204 m².

Inner Mongolian Buildings

Mongolian Design Projects, alphabetical:

Erdos Museum
Design: MAD
Erdos Museum Building
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Erdos Museum Building
This Mongolian museum building is located in a city that is currently being built, almost overnight. Driven by a booming economy, the Municipal Government of Erdos has determined to build a new city centre, dozens of kilometers away from the current city. There was nothing but the Gobi Desert on this site in 2005. An urban masterplan was created, entitled ‘Ever Rising Sun On The Grass Land’.

Ordos Protestant Church
Design: Sunlay Design
Ordos Protestant Church Mongolian Architecture
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Mongolian Church Building

Urban Theme Park
Design: Dr. Margot Krasojevic
Urban Theme Park Ordos
image from architect
Ordos Urban Theme Park

Mongolian Residential Design Projects, alphabetical:

Ordos 100 Villa design
Design: Rojkind Arquitectos
Mongolian Architecture - Ordos 100 Villa
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Ordos 100 home

Ordos 100 villa design
Design: Slade Architecture
Ordos 100 Villa design
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Ordos 100 Villa design

Ordos 100 villa design
Design: Tham & Videgård Hansson Arkitekter
Ordos 100 house Mongolian Architecture
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Ordos 100 house

Ordos 100 villa design
Design: rocker-lange architects
Ordos 100 villa
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Ordos 100 villa

Ordos Villa design

Ordos Villa Mongolian Architecture
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Ordos Villa

Ordos Villa design
Design: *multiplicities
Ordos Villa design
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Ordos Villa design

Villa of Captured Distance, Ordos
Design: OBRA Architects
Villa of Captured Distance Mongolian Architecture
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Villa of Captured Distance

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