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Old Posted Apr 19, 2009, 11:58 PM
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TIANJIN | Kerry Centre | 330M / 1,082' | 71 FLOORS | 3 X 59 FLOORS

Tianjin Kerry Center
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Cladding Area: 100,000 m2
Architect: SOM, L & O, Mix Studio
Date : 2012

The project is located in TianJin, He Dong District on the East bank of the river. The approximate above ground floor area is 499,000 square meters, comprising; 3 luxury residential towers, a mixed use retail shopping podium, 5 star Shangri-la Hotel, and a 80 story Mega High-rise Office Tower.

Konstruct West Partners was appointed directly by Kerry Properties to provide full scope facade consulting services from technical design thru project completion.

http://ewc.kwpgroup.com/eng/our-proj...ry-center.html







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Foundation works have started. Now it is properly under construction.
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Ah, knew that was an SOM design. SOM playing a bit with the diagrid again. Kind of old hat but it's not bad.
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I think it's nice looking Tianjin's becoming quite the up-and-coming city in China.
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July 15th, late, sorry.

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Took these pictures during the October Holidays, but I've been so swamped with work since then, I haven't had time to get them off my cameraphone and on the web. So think of these as circa October 1st.







Sorry, don't have much time to crawl Bohai BBS and those other sites for more pics.
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any updates on this skyscaper?
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Why does so many new skyscrapers in China copy the design of One World Trade Center in New York? Are they copying us?
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The tapering design is among many skyscrapers that were built before 1WTC, like the Shanghai WFC. It's not copyrighted, and I think its neat that most countries want a piece of it.
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Why does so many new skyscrapers in China copy the design of One World Trade Center in New York? Are they copying us?
They don't. One World Trade Center is just not a very unique design....
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Why does so many new skyscrapers in China copy the design of One World Trade Center in New York? Are they copying us?
Same architects. Although I'm not sure which office did this tower.

It's a tall glass building that tapers...not exactly revolutionary.
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