Beijing Tongzhou District Yongshun Town Lot 0504-014
Heller Manus provided architectural design for the area starting from Dingdu Pavilion in the west, to the Lotus Lantern Buddha Stupa in the east, Chang'an Avenue connects ancient and modern. The project is located at the east end of the Beijing Cultural Axis and the starting point of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal. As a link between history and the future, it is like a green lotus on the Grand Canal, striving to become a world-standard landmark building in Beijing's sub-center. The five rivers to create the beauty of neutrality to the thousand-year-old pagoda. The four visual corridors radiating from the public square as the center of the circle appropriately divide the building volume, creating a space that is appropriately dense and tortuous. After the division of the landscape corridor and the public space, the five towers are suitable in volume, simple in form, and not obstructed. They are like lying canal stones and blooming Tongzhou lotus, forming a witty spatial rhythm. The space is virtual and real, and the height is commensurate. The two towers on the north side are high-end apartments, and the three towers on the south side are business offices. Each building has a hydrophilic landscape, and the lighting and privacy match its function. The building has a clear hierarchy and appropriate density. Commercial, office, apartment, and other business forms form an organic whole, and each function is independent and mutually beneficial.