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Nanchang Sinic Center / Shanghai Tianhua Architecture Planning & Engineering

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View of the tower. Image © Jian Fang
Architects: Shanghai Tianhua Architecture Planning & Engineering
Location: 300th Jinhuan Rd, Xihu Qu, Nanchang, China
Lead Architects: Yi Chen , Yang Zhan, Ben Liu
Design Team: Junyan Shen, Zhiqiang Huang, Suyang Li, Xiaojiao Pan, Weifu Yuan, Xiuqian Jiang
Area: 90895.0 m2
Project Year: 2017
Photographs: Jian Fang
Interior Design: CityGroup Design Co.,LTD
Landscape Design : L&A Design
Architecture Producing Group: Jifeng Zhang, Xianyue Huang, Guohua Yang
Structural Design: Weixing Li, Hong Qu, Shihua Xie, Jun Hu, Xiaolian Zhang, Xinran Xu
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