Anhui New Broadcasting & TV Center

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Height: Architectural 245 m / 804 ft
Height: Occupied 214.6 m / 704 ft
Height: To Tip 276.7 m / 908 ft
Floors Above Ground 46
Floors Below Ground 2
# of Elevators 27
Top Elevator Speed 3.8 m/s
Tower GFA 190,582 m² / 2,051,408 ft²
Development GFA 371,365 m² / 3,997,340 ft²
# of Parking Spaces 1,745


Official Name Anhui New Broadcasting & TV Center
Other Names Anhui Province Radio & TV Center
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country China
City Hefei
Street Address & Map Qimen Road & Bijiashan Road
Postal Code 230000
Building Function office
Structural Material composite
  • Core: Reinforced Concrete
  • Columns: Concrete Encased Steel
  • Floor Spanning: Steel
Proposed 2009
Construction Start 2009
Completion 2013
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Regional Ranking #348 Tallest in Asia
City Ranking #2 Tallest in Hefei

Companies Involved

Owner/Developer Anhui Broadcasting and TV Station
Design China Academy of Building Research; NewDesignArchitecture
Structural Engineer
Design China Academy of Building Research
MEP Engineer
Design China Academy of Building Research
Material Supplier
• Concrete Magang (Group) Holding Co., Ltd.
• Elevator Hitachi, Ltd.
• Façade Maintenance Equipment Wuhan Lingyun Building Decoration Engineering Co Ltd.
• HVAC State Grid Anhui Electric Power Company

About Anhui New Broadcasting & TV Center

Standing at the south end of Swan Lake in Hefei, Anhui Broadcasting and Television Centre is the signature headquarters of the Anhui region’s largest television producer, while offering the highest observation point in the region. Its elongated, curved form optimizes circulation between functional and open areas by providing various lobbies and public spaces for multifunctional use. The tower’s facilities are divided into two different sections: the lower portion is home to all broadcasting studios, multimedia companies and technical service areas, while the upper portion contains offices. The building features the largest multifunctional broadcasting hall in Asia, at 3,600 square meters.

The innovative structure showcases fluidity through its swift upward momentum, recalling an unfolding paper scroll. This subtle spiral shape conceptualizes ancient Chinese wisdom as physical representations of local Li style fonts; traditional Chinese calligraphy adorn the outer skin of its double-layered facade. The outward culturally traditional influences offer a unique contrast to the modern, high-tech functions of the Centre itself.

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