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Tower C at Shenzhen Bay Super Headquarters Base, Shenzhen
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA)
Tower C Shenzhen Bay Super Headquarters Base
image courtesy of architectural office
Tower C at Shenzhen Bay
Shenzhen Bay Super Headquarters Base will be an important business and financial centre in Shenzhen serving the Greater Bay Area of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau. The tower building integrates clusters of corporate headquarters within a global technology hub accommodating 300,000 employees each day.

Zaha Hadid Exhibition, Bahrain : ‘Zaha Hadid – Fluidity & Design’
Zaha Hadid Exhibition - Architecture News Press Release
“ZAHA HADID BOWL – METACRYLIC” design Zaha Hadid, 2007; production Sawaya & Moroni, Italy
For her inaugural exhibition in the Gulf, Zaha Hadid – Fluidity & Design, the Pritzker Prize winning architect presents her practice’s continued exploration and research towards a new architectural language of fluidity that encompasses all scales of design – a built manifesto informed by originality and innovation. Evolving from the demands of greater complexity and variety in contemporary society, this new language is driven by the latest advances in computational design processes and stateof- the-art fabrication technologies.

Celebrated World Buildings

Burj Khalifa Building, Dubai, UAE
Burj Dubai Building - Architecture News Press Release
image from Emaar
During its construction, Burj Khalifa has left behind the skyscrapers that previously defined tall tower architecture around the world, such as Petronas Towers in Malaysia (452 metres, 1,483 ft); Sears Tower, Chicago (442 metres, 1,451 ft); Jin Mao Building, Shanghai (421 metres, 1,381 ft) and Empire State Building, New York (381 metres, 1,250 ft).
Burj Khalifa consumed 330,000 cubic meters of concrete, 39,000 metric tons of steel rebar and 142,000 sq m of glass – and 22 million man hours. The tower will have 56 elevators travelling at 1.75 to 10 metres/sec and double-decker observatory elevators that can carry 42 people at a time.

Barcelona Pavilion
Barcelona Pavilion - Architecture News Press Release
photo © Adrian Welch

56 Leonard Street
56 Leonard Street - Architecture News Press Release
image © Herzog & de Meuron
The tower will house 145 residences, each with its own unique floor plan and private outdoor space, in a veritable cascade of individual homes that the architects describe as “houses stacked in the sky,” blending indoors and outdoors seamlessly together. With its articulated surfaces, dramatic cantilevers, profiled slab edges, profusion of balconies, expanses of glass, and views from downtown Manhattan to as far as the Atlantic Ocean, Herzog & de Meuron’s 56 Leonard Street breaks down the old image of the high-rise

Camp Nou Stadium
Camp Nou Stadium
picture : Foster + Partners

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