Hangzhou GT Land Jumeirah
A groundbreaking model of material and structural efficiency, this skyscraper unites complex programmatic elements and is enclosed by a sophisticated facade that conveys a graceful interplay of light and structure.
Tianjin CTF has been designed to LEED Gold standards, with a range of sustainable strategies, including a high-performance envelope, optimized daylighting, and green landscaping. The tower breaks norms with its rigorous integration of engineering and architectural development to achieve the highest efficiencies in material performance. As Chinese cities continue to grow and evolve, the rational and efficient use of the environment and its resources become more urgent. The success of the multi-program supertall tower—an effective building block of high density and iconic marker for the vitality of the city center—demands a continued evolution of integrated architectural and engineering strategies. A science-based and creative inside-out approach to designing and engineering mixed-use supertalls is a crucial step in shaping sustainable urbanization—not only in China, but in growing cities around the world.
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