The last scrapper designed by Zaha Hadid is to be the world’s highest

Aug 21, 2017

The Lize Financial Business district, a new hub in Beijing is a 46-storey mix of shops and offices. This was the last scrapper designed by Zaha Hadid before her death last year. The tower is a single volume divided in the centre with a 45 degree twisted central atrium to align with the east west axis for the higher floors.  The 190 metres central atrium connects the two halves of the building. The tower will achieve the title of the world’s highest building, once completed. This title is currently held by the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Zaha Hadid Architects is also currently working on the 185-metre tower in Melbourne and the proposed super tall tower at 666 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.

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