Xi’an Super High-rise Complex
Xi’an Wanda super high-rise complex project is located in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province. It is part of Xi’an Wanda “ONE”project. It is proposed to be a 350m super high-rise complex with superior geographical advantage.
After completion, people can enjoy the bird view over the historical landscapes such as Tang Dynasty Ruins Park, the Greater Wild Goose Pagoda and the Bell Tower and the Drum tower square. As the ancient capital of the thirteen dynasties, Xi’an has the legacy of the prosperous Tang Dynasty, grand and magnificent; It is a new starting point of The Silk Road Economic Belt, open and innovative, bustling and prosperous.
The legacy of the ancient capital endows the building with a magnificent tone. Positioning as The first-height building, it will be the future landmark with majestic demeanor. The architectural outline shall highlight the city profile with a touch of novelty.
Scheme 1: Pagodas in Xi’an
The Small Wild Goose Pagoda is one of the most iconic landscapes in Xi’an. For more than 1300 years, this Buddhist building has been gracefully stood in Xi’an, survived after many earthquakes and other disasters, and outlined the skyline of Xi’an. We decided to draw inspiration from the overall composition and elegant shape of the Small Wild Goose Pagoda. The unique and beautiful curve shape is interpreted as a contemporary and simpler intention, and make it the main element of the concept.
Four corners form the basic frame of the conceptual scheme. We aim to design the tower as a landmark building, and outline the unique urban skyline.We soften the corners in order to make it more slender and elegant, and create a concise and recognizable profile.
Scheme 2: Xi’an city
Tang Dynasty capital and its neighborhood: The urban structure and layout of ancient Chang’an fully embodies the magnificent spirit of the peak period of the Tang Dynasty. It has epoch-making influence in Chinese architectural history and urban history.
Based on the inspiration, this scheme aims to explore a large-scale facade order, we adopt the concept of ancient Chang’an neighborhood to the building, and separate it into different sections with the open refuge floor. The transportation core is exposed in the open space to show the structural characteristics. The refuge floor can reduce wind pressure and help high-rise buildings with a ratio of 1:6.5 obtain additional stability.