Hangzhou’s Aoti Vanke Centre (click for project details) is recently reported by Architects’ Datafile (ADF) Magazine, one of UK’s leading architecture magazine, international design platform World Architecture News and major Southeast Asian architecture magazine Construction+.
This innovative working hub in Hangzhou, China embraces the hybrid mode as the way forward and challenges conventional workspaces by externalising human activities to a fluid and highly permeable field of semi-outdoor space.
A ring-shaped podium is lifted off the ground to create a central courtyard, while the semi-public podium roof garden serves as a bridge between the two towers, promoting symbiosis and creating networking occasions for building users.
Read the articles in full:
ADF Magazine: https://bit.ly/3rGj1dv
World Architecture News: https://bit.ly/3zvWCSP