Rising 13 stories above Kennedy Road, the building commands a spectacular panoramic view of Central and the harbor.
This unique site inspires the genesis of the building's double-faced composition, indicative of an earth and sky relationship.
Within the glass facade an asymmetrical series of elements portray activities inside the building. Three elements align to build a vertical composition.
An observatory lantern crowns the vertical composition within the arching stainless steel roof. A depression in the facade for an executive balcony generates the horizontal counterpoint.
Grown from the inspirational seed of traditional Chinese garden architecture, a civic plaza and garden wall draw the surrounding landscape across the front of the building and lock the building to the site.
The garden wall with its integrated fountain design provides a synthetic backdrop for a cluster of natural picturesque trees.
While the base of the design is rooted in the traditions of the past, the building grows above into a modern addition to Hong Kong's transforming landscape.
Two and three storey conference rooms occupy an interstitial space created by a small interior concave glass wall and the larger convex glass facade.
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