Tongzhou Central Business District by UNStudio | ITSLIQUID

Tongzhou Central Business District by UNStudio

Architecture | August 8, 2013 |

Visualisation by Moka-Studio

Tongzhou Central Business District by UNStudio

Dutch architects UNStudio have designed a concept for a new business district at Tonghzou in Beijing, consisting of skyscrapers linked by aerial bridges. The proposal features six towers atop a large podium that are linked by bridges topped with gardens and swimming pools.

Visualisation by Moka-Studio

The development, proposed for the Tongzhou district twelve miles east of central Beijing, would create a million square metres of retail, apartments, offices, hotels and transportation infrastructure.

Visualisation by Moka-Studio

Located at the confluence of two waterways, the Tongzhou Central Business District’s waterfront podium would house shops while the towers would accommodate apartments and offices.


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