Modern Media Center

Modern Media Center
Modern Media Center
Ort: Changzhou, China
Bauzeit: 2010–2013
Status: Im Bau
Baustil: Postmoderne
Nutzung: Büros
Technische Daten
Höhe: 332 m
Höhe bis zur Spitze: 332 m
Höhe bis zum Dach: 280 m
Rang (Höhe): -
Etagen: 57
Baustoff: Tragwerk: Stahl, Stahlbeton;
Fassade: Glas

Das Modern Media Center ist ein in der Bauphase befindlicher Wolkenkratzer in Changzhou, Volksrepublik China. Das Bauprojekt wurde im Jahr 2008 publik gemacht, als die Bauarbeiten im Spätsommer 2010 begannen. Das 57-stöckige Hochhaus soll Büroräume beinhalten und im Jahr 2013 vollendet sein. Mit einer geplanten Gesamthöhe von 332 Metern wird das Modern Media Center die Stadt überragen und sogar den Eiffelturm knapp übertreffen. Das Design des Hochhauses zeichnet sich durch einen quaderförmigen etwa 280 Meter hohen Baukörper aus, dessen Rücksprünge ab etwa einer Höhe 200 Metern leicht beginnen. Darüber hinaus folgt eine dünne Spitze, wodurch die Höhe von 332 Metern zustande kommt.

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