Aedas’ Gmond International Building in Shenzhen, China

Gmond International Building is a 200-metre super high-rise that will house the headquarters for Tellus-Gmond, Grade 5A lettable office spaces, and a jewelry trading center.

Aedas’ new Commercial Complex in Shenzhen reveals Chinese Bamboo Totem

Designed by Aedas, Gmond International Building is a representative regeneration project in the old town in Shenzhen. The project will house the headquarters for Tellus-Gmond, Grade 5A lettable office spaces and a jewelry trading center. The well-facilitated transport hub nearby brings enormous circulation to the complex and generates excellent development potentials.

Aedas Gmond International Building, Shenzhen, China

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The architectural form of this 200-metre super high-rise is referenced to the traditional Chinese totem of bamboo which symbolizes prosperity and moral integrity. The ascending podium massing recaptures a growing bamboo, featuring exterior landscaped staircases, public platforms, eco-friendly rooftop gardens and an art center that will also serve as a jewelry exhibition venue. The podium façade expresses as large bamboo leaves to enclose the commercial component forming an interesting duet with the blooming tower.


Project info:

Project: Gmond International Building
Location: Shenzhen, PRC
Architect: Aedas
Client: Shenzhen Gmond Investment Holdings
Gross floor area: 59,958 square metres
Completion year: 2019
Director: Andy Wen


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