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  2. Wuhan Greenland Center - Wikipedia

    Wuhan Greenland Center is a 476 metres (1,562 ft) tall skyscraper in Wuhan, China. The tower was originally planned to be 636 metres (2,087 ft) but It was redesigned mid-construction due to airspace regulations so its height does not exceed 500 metres (1,640 ft) above sea level.

  3. Wuhan Greenland Center | Architect Magazine

    The Wuhan Greenland Center, at 606 meters (1,988 feet), will likely be China’s third-tallest building, and the fourth tallest in the world, when completed in 2016. The 119-level tower in Wuhan, China will be comprised of about 300,000 square meters of floor area, including about 200,000 square meters of offices, 50,000 square meters of luxury ...

  4. Wuhan Greenland Center | Thornton Tomasetti

    Wuhan Greenland Center As the tallest building in the city, at 475 meters, this project symbolizes the growing influence of Wuhan in China’s future. Lead Contact Dennis Poon Vice Chairman +1.917.661.7800 / Project Details Project Partners Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture Owner Greenland Group Location Wuhan, China Completion Date 2022 Area

  5. Discover the Tallest Skyscraper in China: Wuhan Greenland Center

    The wuhan greenland center in china is the best example where art meets the scientific approach. The original plan of the building has 119 levels, and with that, it was designed in a way where there will be nearly no harm to the environment.

  6. Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture

    Wuhan Greenland Center Download Project PDF. Wuhan Greenland Center features a uniquely streamlined form that combines three key shaping concepts—a tapered body, softly rounded corners, and a domed top—to reduce wind resistance and vortex action that builds up around supertall towers.

  7. Wuhan Greenland Center - The Skyscraper Center - CTBUH

    Wuhan Greenland Center provides spaces for three distinctive functions: office, apartment, and hotel. While some mixed-use towers separate users by levels, the triangular floor plan of this building allows for the tenants or visitors to have separate entrances at the ground level.

  8. Wuhan Greenland Center in Wuhan China. - Construction news

    Wuhan Greenland Center, is a skyscraper under construction in Wuhan, China, designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture (AS+GG). Because of airspace regulations, it was redesigned so that its height doesn’t exceed 500 metres (1,600 ft) above the sea level. Another Chinese tower, Ping An Finance Center, was also reduced for same reasons.

  9. Wuhan Greenland Center - Lerch Bates

    About this project. The tower reaches 606 meters (or 1,988 feet) high, and upon completion in five years it will become the world’s fourth tallest building. At 119 stories and 300,000 square meters of floor area, it will include luxury apartments, a five-star hotel, premium office space, and a club at the penthouse level featuring ...

  10. 636 m / 2,087 ft 2 Architectural: Height is measured from the level of the lowest, significant, open-air, pedestrian entrance to the architectural top of the building, including spires, but not including antennae, signage, flag poles or other functional-technical equipment.

  11. Wuhan Greenland Center - World Construction Network

    Named as the Wuhan Greenland Center, it will be the third tallest skyscraper in China. Adrian Smith and Gordon Gill are the architects of the skyscraper. The project is being carried out by Shanghai-based Greenland Group. Adrian Smith had earlier worked on the design of the Nanjing Greenland Financial Center’s Zifeng Tower for the same client.