RMJM built a skyscraper in China

Commissioned by the Huafa Group, British architects RMJM have completed a 68-story skyscraper in Zhuhai, a new architectural landmark in southern China.

Covering 26.96 hectares of waterfront land, the hotel and office complex includes the tallest building in the city of St. Regis Zhuhai, towering 328.8 meters.

The RMJM project features a curved façade and is the 32nd tallest of Chinese skyscrapers. The business cluster contrasts with the austere glass tower.

The tower was built with sustainable design principles. All functional areas, including car-parks, are focused on maximizing natural daylight and using natural ventilation.

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