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CITIC Headquarters

Located at the core of Beijing’s new 30-hectare central business district, CITIC Tower is the tallest building and a new icon of the capital.

The design of the 528-meter tall office tower draws inspiration from the form of a traditional Chinese ritualistic artifact, the “zun.” The design abstracts and refines this form, balancing composition and articulation with structural requirements and leasing depth needs. Transforming articulation design is applied throughout the tower from exterior envelop to the lobby and observation deck interiors. In plan, the building is square with rounded corners. Its width transforms vertically from its 78-meter-wide base to its 54-meter-wide “waist” to its 69-meter-wide top.

CITIC Tower contains the headquarters for CITIC Group and CITIC Bank, as well as tenant occupied office spaces and a multipurpose business center.

Por Ubicación

Beijing, China

Por Cliente

CITIC Heye Investment


Beijing Institute of Architectural Design (LDI), TFP Farrells (Land Bid Concept)

Por Tipo

Sedes, Rascacielos

Por Tamaño

437,000 m2 / 4,703,800 ft2


528 m / 1,765 ft


Silver Award - Commercial Building (Pro + Real Estate Awards 2020), Architectural Design Award - Tall Building (Architecture Masterprize 2020), Overall Category Winner and Audience Vote Winner – Best Tall Building 400m+ (CTBUH Awards 2020), Excellence Award - Commercial, Retail and Office (A&D China Awards 2019), Finalist (MIPIM Awards 2019), Finalist (Architizer A+ Awards 2019), Winner (Chicago Athenaeum American Architecture Awards 2019), Award of Excellence – Best Tall Building 400m+ (CTBUH Awards 2019), 9th place (Emporis Skyscraper Award 2018), Excellence Award (CRED Award 2018), Gold Award - Best Futura Mega Project (MIPIM Asia Awards 2018)

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Project Type:Rascacielos
Project Location:Asia