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CHINA - HANGZOU

2008

ARCHITECT Guido Giacomo Bondielli

VENTILATED FACADES CONSULTING Mirko Giorgetti

The building is located in Hangzhou's landscape, a Chinese city situated south of Shanghai. The goal was not to create three skyscrapers, but a new urban landmark.
The towers are unprecedented and they are set to combine Italy and China's cultures.
The buildings' volume recalls the Gingko Biloba, the Chinese tree that inspired the project's name, and the Italian towers located in the historical centres of Florence, Siena and Rome.

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