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Fujian Power and Electric Company Headquarters, Fuzhou, China

Thursday 07 Jun 2007

Powerful landmark

Fujian Power and Electric Company Headquarters by MulvannyG2 Architecture in Fuzhou, China
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MulvannyG2 designs striking new landmark building in Fuzhou, China 

The 32-storey high-rise serves as the Headquarters for the Regional Power Company. Construction of Fujian Provincial Electric and Power Company’s 32-storey headquarters was completed last month in Fuzhou City in Fujian Province, China. The contemporary office high-rise, with a 69-meter-high communications tower, provides a landmark building for the regional power company and the coastal city of Fuzhou, capital of Fujian Province. The total building area is 598,800 square feet. “With its roof gardens and green sky lounges, the project is a vertical oasis in an urban setting,” said Ming Zhang, Senior Partner and Design Director, MulvannyG2 Architecture. “The building expresses the high-tech, state-of-the-art characteristics of the company while providing a comfortable interior office environment emphasizing sustainable design for its employees.”

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Status Completed
Value 0(m€)
MulvannyG2 Architecture

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