Leeza SOHO Tower by Zaha Hadid Architects

Looking true adult from within a Leeza SOHO Tower’s atrium—the tallest in a world—it unequivocally does seem as if a sky’s a limit. The 50-story cavity, described by Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) plan executive Satoshi Ohashi as an “urban window,” ascends between twin volumes, any comprising bureau space, that turn ceiling “like dancers rambling out to a heart of a city,” says Ohashi. Tied together by 4 spherical belt trusses and one by an extraneous aluminum-and-glass screen wall, that wraps around a dual structures to marry them into a singular dull form, Leeza SOHO straddles a transport line that will bond a newly minted business district of Lize with larger Beijing as good as a stirring general airport, also designed by ZHA. The 2 million-square-foot skyscraper, one of Lize’s first, surfaced out final Sep and will open in May 2019.

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