Hangzhou Mixc Phase II is located in the northeast corner of the core region of Hangzhou CBD, which is adjacent to Phase I of the project, large-scale shopping center China Resources MIXC. Both of them are envisioned as an important urban landmark for Hangzhou CBD and even for Hangzhou.
The design concept of the project is derived from Hangzhou’s unique array of “one city surrounded by mountains in three directions”. Phase I’s shopping center China Resources MIXC undulates like water, while Phase II’s high-rises encircle like mountains, together forming a tableau that resembles a beautiful landscape of mountains and rivers; meanwhile, seated at the northernmost end of the core region of Hangzhou CBD, the project will add one of the brightest colors to the CBD’s overall pattern “backed by mountains and facing water, obscuring the wind and concentrating energy”. The massing of well-proportioned high-rises also evinces an exquisite and imposing sense of order, enjoying both the bustling energy of the city and the poetic mood of the landscape.
The main body of the project includes a super high-rise complex building and four super high-rise office buildings. In terms of overall layout, building orientations are meticulously designed to endow various buildings with optimal views and dispel the feeling of visual congestion. At the same time, the tower buildings echo one another to form a harmonious whole. The high-rise tower consists of well-arranged blocks simulating the visual effect of range upon range of natural rocks. Various block curtains create a rich variety of textures with many horizontal lines, visually referencing geological layers and adding a refined sense of texture. The façade employs a multifarious certain system that manages to be both subtle and sharp. The lobby and top-layer restaurant of Park Hyatt in the main building incorporate an all-transparent viewing interface, offering guests a panoramic view of bustling CBD. At the top of podiums there are a series of outdoor courtyards spatially arranged from south to north to be visually integrated with the landscape park to the northeast. These courtyards are designed with many functions, bringing a rare leisurely experience to these commercial facilities.
China Resources Sun Hung Kai Properties (Hangzhou) Limited
2008 - 2016