KPF, a prestigious architecture firm from New York, created an office project inspired by the Infinity Column, by the famous Romanian sculptor Constantin Brâncuși.
Soho Gubei, as the building is called, has 38 floors of Class A office space and 12 floors of retail space in the base area.
In total, the building has an area of 158,648 sqm.
On the roof, there is an urban garden, at height, with a restaurant where you can dine in a relaxed setting, open to the general public.
Soho Gubei offices are sustainable, state-of-the-art, being LEED BD + C: Core and Shell v3 – LEED 2009 certified.
The office spaces intended for rent have areas between 145 sqm and 1,791 sqm.
The office building is a massive piece of art, said James von Klemperer, CEO of KPF.
The building is next to a representative park and a mall in the central area of Shanghai, China.
The building was recently put into use, in the presence of over 1,000 guests from among the officials. At the inauguration, a massive art exhibition was organized in the lobby.
The Infinity Column is a colossal sculpture made in 1938 by the famous artist Constantin Brâncuşi, within the Monumental Ensemble from Târgu Jiu, which includes the Kiss Gate and the Table of Silence. The column has a height of 29.35 meters, made of 16 superimposed octahedral modules, with two halves at the ends.
The office building in China is 170 meters high, more than ten times larger than our sculpture, and has the same overlapping octahedral modules as its basic design.
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