Bank of China Hong Kong – I M Pei Architect, Tower

Bank of China Hong Kong, Architect, Building, Photos, Skyscraper, Design, Info

Bank of China Building Hong Kong : Tower

HK Tower – skyscraper design by IM Pei, architect

Bank of China Tower

Address: Bank of China, 1 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong
Date: 1985-90
Design: I.M. Pei & Partners, Sherman Kung & Associates Architects Ltd

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photos © Andrew McRae

Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong

High towers cluster, the Bank of China building is on left:
Hong Kong Architecture
photograph © Adrian Welch

Height of the building: 367m high

Famous skyscraper with clean styling with strong diagonal motif and double spikes at top. Apparently bad feng shui according to some Hong Kong architects that I spoke to.

Public viewing at 42nd floor at time of writing, 2005 – views from bank of china:
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photos © AJW

Bank of China Tower Architects – I M Pei & Partners

Tallest building in Hong Kong and Asia from 1989 to 1992, until the completion
of Central Plaza, 374m high.

Bank of China landscape on east side
Hong Kong Gardens
photo © AW

Major buildings designed by the architects I M Pei & Partners elsewhere in the world include the Johnson Museum of Art building and The Louvre Pyramid in Paris.

I M Pei


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A key Hong Kong building close to the Bank of China Tower:

Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank
Foster & Partners
Hong Kong Architecture
photo © AJW




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I M Pei Architect

Royal Bank of Scotland HQ building. RBS have major links with the Bank of China.

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Bank of China Hong Kong Building – page

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