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Guangxi's largest skyscraper, Nanning Logan Century, revealed

by Sophie Cullen on Jul 22, 2015 in Architecture
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The plans for a 383-metre-high skyscraper in Guangxi by Dennis Lau and Ng Chun Man Architecture & Engineers (DLN) have been released

Nanning Logan Century will sit in the heart of Nanning city and act as an iconic landmark for the business district. Incorporating over 396,000 sq-m of floor area, the build will incorporate offices, a five-star hotel and a premium shopping mall, setting a benchmark for mixed-use developments in the region.

Nanning Logan Century 2

DLN has incorporated a 2,000 sq-m business skypark with outdoor podium and green space into the structure to act as a recreational and social zone for corporate executives. With 82 floors, it will also bring the addition of the city’s highest sight-seeing platform, with elevators that accelerate at 6 metres per second. Lead architect and Director at DLN, Phiyona Auyeung said, "DLN has applied a postmodern architectural style in the design of Nanning Logan Century. We are proud to leverage our expertise to create this new iconic landmark in Nanning. Nanning Logan Century is designed with the genuine needs of business enterprises in mind, while captivating the magnificent attractions of this emerging world-class city."

Nanning Logan Century 1

 

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