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CITIC Tower (China Zun)

CITIC Tower (China Zun)

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.

Location

Beijing, China

Client

CITIC Heye Investment

Team

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

Type

Headquarters, Supertall

Size

437,000 m2 / 4,703,828 ft2

Height

528 m / 1,765 ft

Awards

Best Chinese Futura Mega Project - Gold (MIPIM Asia 2018)

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Project Type:Supertall
Project Location:Asia Pacific