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Riverside 66

Riverside 66

Riverside 66 completes the final phase of the He Ping Lu pedestrian boulevard, becoming the centerpiece of a new commercial district while marking its presence monumentally from the revitalized Hai He River. With one of the grandest public spaces in Tianjin, the project activates the regenerated riverfront as it reinvents the role of China’s urban market.

The building redefines the typical retail model at almost every level as it encloses over 1.4 million square feet to create an urban market for the city. This circulation is intentionally porous with frequent active entries along the streets that allow the building to operate as a modern version of a traditional bustling merchant setting. As the shell remains a constant, a series of renowned brands can populate and repopulate the two- and three-story stone “boxes” that stack along the pedestrian street.

The shell’s concrete and glass structure curves dramatically upward from the riverside and converges with the opposing south façade, yielding a six-story building (and 1,200 foot long megastructure) to meet the context of the Heping District. The super shell is one of the longest single structures in the region, built with 22 seven-story high concrete ribs and over 10,000 panels of glass.


Tianjin, China


Hang Lung Properties


P+T International (Associate Architect), Tianjin Architects & Consulting Engineers (LDI), Benoy (Retail Interiors)




251,000 m2 / 2,701,100 ft2


Best Shopping Center - Finalist (MIPIM 2015), People's Choice Award (MIPIM 2015), Best Retail Development (MIPIM Asia 2015), Best Retail Development/ Innovation Green Building (MIPIM Asia 2015), International Architecture Award (The Chicago Athenaeum 2015), Award of Merit -Unbuilt Category- (AIA New York State 2010), Shopping-Shortlisted (World Architecture Festival 2005)
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Project Type:Retail
Project Location:Asia Pacific