OMA-Designed Tower Tops Out in China
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OMA-Designed Tower Tops Out in China

29 Jun 2010

The Shenzhen stock exchange scheme in China, designed by international practice OMA, has topped out at 246m. The building features the largest cantilevers in the world, with a raised podium suspended 36m above a public plaza and 54m from the tower base. The three-storey float

The Shenzhen stock exchange scheme in China, designed by international practice OMA, has topped out at 246m.

The building features the largest cantilevers in the world, with a raised podium suspended 36m above a public plaza and 54m from the tower base.

The three-storey floating podium has been built using 27,000t of steel.

Façade work has begun on the tower’s 46 floors. The building is scheduled for completion in August 2011.