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Height: Occupied
320 m / 1,050 ft
 
Height: To Tip
358.9 m / 1,177 ft
Height: Architectural
358.9 m / 1,177 ft
 
Hanking Center Outline
Floors Above Ground
65
Floors Below Ground
5
# of Elevators
36
Top Elevator Speed
8 m/s
Tower GFA
166,299 m² / 1,790,028 ft²
# of Parking Spaces
852

Facts

Official Name Hanking Center
Other Names Rolansberg Hanking Center
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country China
City Shenzhen
Street Address & Map Shennan Boulevard and Kejizhong Yi Road, Nanshan District
Postal Code 518000
Building Function office
Structural Material composite
  • Core: Concrete Filled Steel
  • Columns: Concrete Filled Steel
  • Floor Spanning: Steel
Energy Label LEED Core and Shell: Platinum
Proposed 2011
Construction Start 2013
Completion 2018
Rankings Click arrows to view the next taller/shorter buildings
Global Ranking #45 Tallest in the World
Regional Ranking #27 Tallest in Asia
National Ranking #23 Tallest in China
City Ranking #5 Tallest in Shenzhen

Companies Involved

Owner/Developer Hanking Group
Architect
Design Morphosis
Architect of Record Zhubo Design
Structural Engineer
• Concept John A Martin & Associates
Design WSP
Engineer of Record Zhubo Design
MEP Engineer
Design Zhubo Design
Project Manager Morphosis
Main Contractor China Construction Fourth Engineering Division Corp. Ltd.; China Construction Steel Structure Corporation
Other Consultant
Façade Shenzhen Fangda Building Technology Group, Co., Ltd.
• Fire Parsons Brinckerhoff Consultants Private Limited
• Interiors HASSELL; Lead 8
• Landscape Ohtori Consultants
• Lighting Gradient Lighting Design
• Property Management CBRE
• Traffic MVA Transportation, Planning & Management Consultants
• Vertical Transportation Parsons Brinckerhoff Consultants Private Limited
• Wind RWDI
Material Supplier
• Paint/Coating Jotun

About Hanking Center

Hanking Center adds a new dimension to Shenzhen’s skyline. It reconsiders the conventional commercial office building through an innovative approach to circulation, social systems, and workspaces. The tower is comprised of office space, with high-end retail and dining options in the podium. The Center utilizes folded angles to elegantly merge public components in the podium with private commercial space in the tower. A grand plaza and hardscape around the exterior serves to anchor the new landmark and encourage activity nearby.

The tower’s unique steel structural system offsets the primary movement and service cores to the exterior of the floor plate. Shadowing the offset circulation core, two secondary cores in the body provide structural reinforcement. A series of sky bridges and diagonal mega-braces connect the offset core to the main tower. Special horizontal ties and slab diaphragm bracing were provided where the columns on the south face “kinked” to tie the necessary stabilizing forces to the tower’s overall lateral load resisting system. Extensive wind tunnel testing as well as non-linear performance based seismic design studies were conducted to verify the performance of the tower. Five communal skygardens, glazed lobbies, and a sunny atrium in the building’s core serve to connect separate elements of the building, and provide a communal hub for tenants. Circulation and amenity areas gain natural light and views over the city to create a vibrant public space.

As a new icon for the growing high-tech zone in the Nanshan neighborhood, the Hanking Center Tower was conceptualized to house emerging tech companies. The open floor plates, made possible by the tower’s offset core, greatly amplify the flexibility companies have in utilizing their space. In addition, this form allows for work environments with more natural light and better air circulation to enhance comfort, health, and productivity.

CTBUH Initiatives

CTBUH Releases Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2018
Dec 2018 – CTBUH News Report

CTBUH 2019 Award of Excellence Winners Announced
5 Dec 2018 – Awards Event

2018 Tall Building Predictions
17 Jan 2018 – CTBUH News

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CTBUH Releases Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2018
Dec 2018 – CTBUH News Report
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CTBUH 2019 Award of Excellence Winners Announced
5 Dec 2018, Chicago – Awards Event
These projects will be represented at the CTBUH 2019 Tall + Urban Innovation Conference, where they will compete in real time for winning distinctions in each category.
2018 Tall Building Predictions
17 Jan 2018, Chicago – CTBUH News
Check out all of our 2018 Tall Building Predictions, and dive into the full 2017 Tall Building Year in Review data report.
Top 12 Happenings of 2016, Month-by-Month
19 Dec 2016, Chicago – CTBUH News
Check out the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat's top stories of 2016 for each month and take a look ahead with the Council’s monthly predictions for 2017.
Top Company Rankings: The World’s 100 Tallest Buildings
13 Oct 2016, Chicago – CTBUH Research
The Council is pleased to announce the Top Company Rankings for numerous disciplines as derived from the list of projects appearing in 100 of the World’s Tallest Buildings.

Research Papers

Offset Cores: Trends, Drivers and Frequency in Tall Buildings
Apr 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue II

Tall Building's in Numbers: World's Tallest Offset-Core Buildings
Apr 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue II

Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2018
Dec 2018 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue I

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Offset Cores: Trends, Drivers and Frequency in Tall Buildings
Apr 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue II; Dr. Philip Oldfield, UNSW Sydney; Bronte Doherty, BVN Architecture
This research explores the trends, drivers and frequency of offset cores in the world’s tallest buildings. It charts the history of tall building layouts, exploring the…
Tall Building's in Numbers: World's Tallest Offset-Core Buildings
Apr 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue II; CTBUH Research
There has long been an interest in separating the service cores of tall buildings from the main programmed areas – to create more column-free, easily-configured floor…
Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2018
Dec 2018 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue I; CTBUH Research
The astronomical growth in tall building construction observed over the past decade continued in 2018, though the total number of completed buildings of 200 meters’ or…
The ASeismic Design and Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis of a 350m High Braced Steel Frame
26 Oct 2015 – Global Interchanges: Resurgence of the Skyscraper City; Ziguo Xu, Chongcui Ren & Congzhen Xiao, China Academy of Building Research
Using nonlinear time history analysis to investigate the seismic performance of tall building structures has been more widely implemented in recent years as china new…

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CTBUH Awards

Construction Award 2019 Award of Excellence
CTBUH Awards 2019


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