One Lujiazui Chinese Culture Balanced with Progressive Aesthetics

Working with Japanese architects Nikken Sekkai, Seyer was commissioned to give the base building interior from the lobby across the 50 floors a more human appeal.

The design draws on the inspiration of Chinese culture balanced with progressive aesthetics. Geyer’s introduction of feng shui at the initial project initial also enhanced the overall building architecture.

The buildings’ exterior is angular, sleek and modern - reflecting progress and the city.

The interior will be softened with a bold organic form and natural materials, reflecting the origins of the land and traditions of the people.

As you travel deeper into the heart of the building the level of detail becomes more precise. Points of contact are highly crafted and tactile.

The journey evokes a sense of returning to tradition as well as towards the precise nature of today’s high-tech industries.