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The building has been designed as a landmark for the Shenzhen City Center and features a contemporary façade of stone, metal and glass.
Granite columns balanced by glass vision and spandrel panels accentuate the verticality of the design.
The north and west facades will feature dramatic, double volume pedestrian entrances.
Two architectural spires, identifying this as the main entry façade of the building, top the north face of the tower.
The western façade features a large terrace at the fifth floor setback, offering stunning views of the nearby park.
The building is 100 meters to the top of the office ceiling slab, 130 meters to the top of the spires and 114,5 meters to the top of the screen wall (that's what the mass of the building appear to be).
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