Tower C by Zaha Hadid Architects will be a major commercial and financial center in Shenzhen Bay in China.
Zaha Hadid Architects' Tower C within the Shenzhen Bay Super Headquarters base is located exactly at the intersection of the North-South Green Axis and Shenzhen's East-West Urban Corridor. Virtually the center of the city.
Pictures they speak for themselves: beautiful, futuristic, almost like a movie.
A smart district
Connected to the district's intelligent management systems that continuously monitor external and internal conditions, internal environmental controls will be adjusted in real time to reduce energy consumption with highly efficient equipment.
Zaha Hadid's Shenzhen project will also include water collection and recycling. There will also be photovoltaics to collect (and store) solar energy to support, I still don't know if in whole or in part, the needs of the district.
Zaha Hadid Tower C in Shenzhen: self-sufficiency and integration
The aquaponic gardens of Tower C will be present on all terraced levels. They will biologically filter contaminants from the local environment and benefit from the installation of low-volatility organic compound materials to minimize indoor pollutants and particulate matter.
An ambition, that of Zaha Hadid's Tower C in Shenzhen, which is also announced in the declared use of recycled materials in the construction processes.
Tower C ushers in the Superscape era
The design of the entire complex is able to integrate the city and nature perfectly within its green axis. It is a building that would be an understatement to define a "skyscraper". Zaha Hadid's project in Shenzen is rather part of a new conception of transversal complexes (vertical and horizontal) that can be defined as “superscrape”.