• Lead 8, Goettsch Partners Design Mixed-Use Complex For Shenzhen

    24 October 2016

    Chicago architects Goettsch Partners and Hong Kong multidisciplinary architecture and design studio Lead 8 have designed a five-building, 320,000m2 mixed-use complex for the Qianhai district of Shenzhen.

    headerThe development, a project by Horoy Qianhai International, will have two towers of class-A offices, a five-star hotel, 50,000m2 of shop space and two buildings containing serviced apartments. One office tower will have 62 storeys. As the building rises, the 45° corners will slope inward and widen, and the top is shaped like a shallow V.

    The other office tower will have 37 storeys and contain 55,870m2 of space. Two of the building’s corners will be at 45° to the sides, like the other tower. The office towers will have a similar façades. The hotel, to be part of the Conrad chain, will have 298 rooms and landscaped roof gardens along its western side. The rooms will have floor-to-ceiling windows giving grand views. The 50,000m2, five-level shopping complex will connect the office and residential buildings.

    More information at www.lead-8.com

     

     

     

     

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