The Taiwanese Port City Keelung Showcases Impressive Design

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: • References: nmda-inc & fastcodesign
Architect Neil Denari has been commissioned to design the Taiwanese Port City Keelung that will begin to be built in 2013.

This behemoth complex project, valued at $211 miliion dollars, will act as a functional space for the strategically essential trading port in the city of Keelung. The structure will boast functional facilities for trading, cruise and cargo ships that make up the traffic of said port. Moreover, Neil Denari’s design will include a complex section in its 210,000-square-feet structure that is utilized as a shopping and administrative center.

This will include restaurants, offices, shops and a police station. The facade of the Taiwanese Port City Keelung will be composed of titanium and glass. With such a large size and a vast amount of facilities, the project is highly ambitious but is sure to benefit the city with its exemplary design.  Stats for Massive Port Constructions Trending: Older & Mild
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