Benoy, the architecture firm behind Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, has announced three major new contracts in China, with a combined fee value of over US$6.4 million.
Maxon Group commissioned Benoy to design the Tongzhou Centre, a mixed-use development in the heart of Beijing’s Central Business District. The 700,000m² project will include two high-rise office towers, two serviced apartment towers and a luxury hotel.
The architect is also designing the 500,000m² Raffles City, Shenzhen for CapitaLand which will be the first Raffles City in southern China. Situated in the heart of Shenzhen’s commercial Nanshan district, the scheme will comprise of an office tower, retail mall and high-end residential.
Benoy is also working on the retail portion of White Magnolia in Shanghai, a 400,000m² development which will include a 320-metre high office tower, five-star hotel tower, a leisure and entertainment pavilion and five floors of retail that connect with Shanghai’s metro system.
Chairman of Benoy, Graham Cartledge, said: “We are honoured to announce three milestone contracts for Benoy in China. It is a privilege to be able to contribute to the evolution of the contemporary Chinese city and use our global expertise to design and deliver commercially-successful developments for our visionary clients.”