Year: 1988. Height: 186 m.
Lippo Office Center is located in Hong Kong. It is also a striking example of the postmodern style. It is a complex of two towers. One of them has 48 floors, the other – 44. The highest of the two towers of the complex has a height of 186 meters. The author of the project of the office center is an American architect Paul Rudolph. Investments in the implementation of the project amounted to about 58 million US dollars. The construction of the complex was fully completed in 1988.
Skyscrapers also have an unofficial name. They are known as "The Koala Tree" to many travelers. From a distance, they look like tall trees, the trunks of which are hugged by koalas. The multi-faceted facade of the skyscrapers is completely lined with mirror tiles. It is especially interesting to admire the architectural complex on a sunny day. The offices of well-known companies, including international ones, have been located in skyscrapers since their construction.
Hong Kong residents are ambivalent about skyscrapers. Many believe that they do not comply with the principles of Feng Shui. The interior design of the office center impresses with elegance and luxury. Valuable types of marble were used for interior decoration. There are many decorative elements and glass partitions in the office center. They allow expanding the space visually. A spacious lobby welcomes visitors outside the front doors of the office center. Huge floor vases with live plants are installed there.
The walls are decorated with bas-reliefs. There are also huge paintings by contemporary artists here. Despite the business status of skyscrapers, decorative lighting was actively used in the design of their interior spaces. It makes the environment more relaxed in the office center. Many large companies around the world are looking to have their office in Lippo Office Center today. It is considered one of the most prestigious office centers in China. Foreign consulates are located in skyscrapers today. Several thousand people come to work here every day. Next - National Gallery of Canada
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