Hysan Development and its partner Chinachem Group are turning to culture to boost the value of a HK$28 billion ($3.5 billion) commercial project they are developing in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay area, according to a planning application submitted by the… Read More>>
Sun Hung Kai Properties is asking to change the design for Hong Kong’s largest commercial site ever with the blue-chip developer hoping to develop two taller towers rather than follow the original three building concept.
Hong Kong’s biggest developer by… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Shui On Land, New World Development and Swire Properties, along with Singapore’s City Developments Limited, all came up winners at a real estate industry awards event held this week with the developers each taking home prizes from the… Read More>>
Chinese financial conglomerate CITIC Group has inaugurated Beijing’s tallest skyscraper, formally known as the CITIC Tower, eight years after breaking ground.
At 528 metres (1,732 feet) tall, and commonly known as China Zun, the skyscraper rises above its closest rival… Read More>>
Hong Kong-based developer Hang Lung Properties has teamed up with New York-based architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) Associates to begin construction on Westlake 66, a 194,100 square metre commercial development in Hangzhou’s Xiacheng district.
The project, which broke ground… Read More>>
Developer Shimao Property Holdings has chosen a designer for its planned 700 metre (2,296 foot) tall tower in Shenzhen’s Longgang district, with Chicago-based firm Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture announcing earlier this month that it had won a competition… Read More>>
The cloud-breaching Lotte World Tower in Seoul has been recognized as the best new skyscraper in the world, beating out Zaha Hadid Architects’ Generali Tower in Milan and 150 North Riverside Plaza in Chicago.
The tapered 555-metre, 123-storey glass and… Read More>>
A Chinese developer has decided to fit a waterfall outside a new skyscraper in the country’s southwestern province of Guizhou to the amusement of locals, but not everyone is impressed.
A video showing the 108-metre artificial waterfall flowing from a… Read More>>
Architecture firm Benoy has won an international competition to design a 300,000 square metre, mixed-use project in the eastern Chinese city of Suzhou for one of China’s biggest developers, the UK-based company announced today.
The project, COFCO Joy Breeze, integrates… Read More>>
Global architecture firms Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) and Heatherwick Studio have won a bid to design the next major extension for Singapore’s Changi Airport, the sixth-busiest air hub in the world.
The two firms along with Singapore’s Architects 61… Read More>>