On Monday February 8th, representatives from the leading tech company, KPF, and others celebrated the milestone with a commemorative ceremony.
The KPF-designed Lenovo Shenzhen topped out this week, with a ceremony on site to mark the milestone. The virtual and in-person event was attended by individuals from Lenovo Group, Lenovo investors, members of the Party Committee of China Construction First Bureau Co., Ltd, as well as other partners involved in the development.
Mr. Qiao Song, Senior Vice President of Lenovo Group, gave a speech where he highlighted the importance of the new project, stating, “Consolidating the foundation for Lenovo’s business development in the Greater Bay Area has become an important guarantee for the development of the Group’s various businesses.”
Located in the Houhai district, the project features two towers that act as a gateway between the mountains and the bay, capturing the spirit of the city as well as the innovation of Lenovo as one of the world’s technology leaders. The upper portion of the two towers are rotated by 90 degrees, maximizing views of the city from Class-A office spaces. At the base is an elevated high-line that leads pedestrians towards the retail and cultural programming incorporated at the lower level of Lenovo Shenzhen.
Lenovo Shenzhen is scheduled to open in late 2021. Learn more about the design process of the project from KPF’s design team here.