Hangzhou Raffles City Tower Houses an Array of Daily Activities

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jul 18, 2009 • References: unstudio & dezeen
It appears that a developing (quite rapidly) innovation as a part of the green movement is multi-purpose architecture. Buildings are incorporating all different aspects of life into one single complex.

Dutch designer Ben Van Berkel has unveiled his new plans for a dual-tower, 60-story Raffles City tower in Hangzhou, China. The massive building will host retail spaces, houses, a hotel, and business offices.

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