terry farrell breaks ground on evergrande tower in china
terry farrell breaks ground on evergrande tower in china
jan 08, 2013

terry farrell breaks ground on evergrande tower in china

‘evergrande tower’ by terry farrell and partners, jinan, chinaimage © terry farrell and partners




ground has officially broken on the newest addition to jinan’s shandong central business district’s skyline. the ‘evergrande tower’, designed by UK firm terry farrell and partners, will become china’s second tallest skyscraper standing at 560 meters, falling just short of gensler’s shanghai tower. it will contain apartments, offices, entertainment spaces and shops for private residences and the general public to enjoy, with unabated views of the city from the sky lounges. estimated to cost around 25 billion yuan (about 4 billion USD) the tower will contain the latest in integrated sustainable systems and strategies.

terry farrell breaks ground on evergrande tower in chinaimage © terry farrells and partners

farrells-evergrande-tower-designboom-00image © terry farrells and partners

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