GuiyangHengfeng Country Garden Guiyang Center


Hengfeng Country Garden Guiyang Center

Hengfeng Country Garden Guiyang Center is located in Nanming District, Guiyang City, Guizhou Province. It contains a main tower with top-level hotel and office functions, the first domestic luxury apartment for cars, and a 6-storey complex commercial complex with retail and cultural and entertainment functions. Complex. This "landmark-level" full-business complex complex will inject new passion and vitality into the area with an extremely diverse attitude, and transform it into a more diverse and livable urban area. The façade of the main tower of the Guiyang Center is based on the concept of the spar rich in Guiyang, and the supervision office implies a sense of noble and elegant form. The clever use of folding is intended to create a delicate, exquisite and iconic super high-rise building. The entire building is symmetrical in the center, with slightly subdivided up and down, which is simple and majestic without losing the level of transformation. The architecture is thus very sculptural, which more beneficially demonstrates the iconicity and symbolism. The treatment of the top sky lobby is oriented towards diamonds. The rich plane and corner changes make the tower appear more noble and upgradeable. At night, with the treatment of lighting and the projection of indoor lights, the top of the tower is dazzling in the night, embellished like stars. Looking at the canopy of Guiyang.

Project information

Design year: 2012 
Project location: Guiyang, Guizhou
Design Team: Chief Architect Studio /Shenzhen Branch / Department Directly Under Shenzhen / City Mark Branch
Project progress: under construction
Building area: 774,000㎡ Land area: 66,000㎡
Cooperation unit: LLA
Building height: 350m

Award information

The third prize of the 9th Architectural Design Award of Guangdong Province in Public Construction (Guangdong Association of Registered Architects, 2019)
Shenzhen First Architectural Creation Award Unbuilt Silver Award (Shenzhen Registered Architects Association, 2015)