＂HanLux Lifestyle Resort’ compromises a 450ha site within the mountainous landscapes of Luzon at approximately 100Km North of Manila.
Located along the extended foothills of the mountain ridge that holds Mount Pinatubo, the site accommodates a unique volcanic landscape typically known for its rich ecology.
The 450ha development area has been carefully selected by the design team, out of the 722ha of land made available at the first phase of the study. Land acquisition and planning approvals were successfully obtained thereafter.
“ Han Lux 生活度假村”坐落在马尼拉以北约100公里的吕宋山地景观中，占地450公顷。
A sensitive landscape planning methodology has been adopted to outline the project boundaries and to conceptualize the Master Plan. This compromises intensive terrain assessments, topographical and hydrological studies, mapping of GIS data, VR studies and 3D printing to fully capture the terrain morphology.
The Master Plan brief required an Integrated Golf Resort, compromising 54holes, 3 Five star branded resorts, Outdoor Leisure activities, Public amenities and an efficient circulation system.
The Concept of the Master Plan has been guided by a desire to accommodate human use of the land with its inherent natural processes and natural history.
Existing valley streams and their associated vegetation are identified as the project’s blue- and green systems. These associated systems are labelled as “Eco-corridors” and co-exist with the development program. They form the backbone of the overall project framework around which circulation systems, hotel plots and recreational uses were developed.
现有的山谷溪流及其相关植被被识别为该项目的蓝、绿色系统。 这些关联的系统被标签为“生态走廊”，并与项目发展计划共存。 它们构成了整个项目框架的骨干，围绕这个骨干发展出人车流通系统，酒店地块和娱乐用途等形成完整的框架。
The golf course routing aims to preserve the eco corridors that are carving through the valley landscapes while edges are blurred, and valuable landscape elements become integrally part of the golf game experience.
Fairways lengths are limited while native landscape areas are preserved to form no-go areas, or so called ‘out of bounds areas’ along the golf course.
These areas are linked along the 54holes while edging the ‘Eco corridors’ to promote movement of species. The integrated setback areas ensure habitat conservation and water quality. Hiking and cycling trails are carefully weaved with the corridors as they take advantage of the inter connected green and blue systems
这些区域沿54洞相互连结，作为隔离“生态走廊”的边界促进物种移动。 一体化的退缩区域确保了栖息地的保护和水质。 远足小径和自行车道充分利用相互连接的绿色和蓝色系统，与走廊精心交织一起。
View from the 18th tee off crossing the existing stream which is sensitively integrated in the golf course and becomes part of the golf game.
Water streams and slopes are integrated into the golf game to maximize the use of natural hazards located on site and reduce the impact on the site's existing conditions
Luxury villas with private pools are overlooking the site's existing valley and facing towards the 16th hole of the valley course.
View towards stream and its associated vegetation (labeled as ‘Eco-Corridor’) in foreground, forming a catalyst for biodiversity and water management across the master plan.
Views from the luxury villas towards the existing vegetated hillsides and Mt. Arayat in the background.
Following our success in an international design competition against Aedas and Jerde, the Atkins Landscape team was engaged on the further refinement of the 450ha master plan.
Christian Dierckxsens, Senior Associate Director of Landscape in Asia Pacific, said: “the success of Han Lux Lifestyle Resort relies on the commitment and persistence to hold up the strong ecological value and landscape framework that the site provides. As a model for sustainability and eco-tourism the development is thereby tethered to the local ecosystem and linked into regional awareness and strong environmental stewardship.”
阿特金斯亚太区景观副董事Christian Dierckxsens说道：“Han Lux 生活度假村的成功取决于付出承诺和毅力，以保持该场地提供的强大的生态价值和景观框架。作为可持续发展和生态旅游的典范，该开发项目与当地生态系统息息相关，并与区域意识和强大的环境管理紧密联系。”
At the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) Asia-Pacific Awards 2019, the Hanlux Lifestyle Resort Master plan won “Award of Excellence” under the Analysis and Master Planning Category.
The prestigious IFLA Asia-Pacific Awards aim to create a stronger awareness and recognition of landscape architecture as one of the key professions playing an essential role in shaping our cities and our environments towards a better, more resilient future.
Prior to the IFLA award , the Hanlux Lifestyle Resort Master Plan also won the Honour Award of Landscape Analysis and Study Award in the Professional Category at the Malaysia Landscape Architecture Awards (ILAM MLAA) 2019.
在获得IFLA大奖之前，Hanlux 生活度假村总体规划还获得了2019年马来西亚景观K频道国产精品奖（ILAM MLAA）专业类别中的景观分析和研究奖荣誉奖。