Project Name: Luohu District, International Jewelry Exchange Square Shuibei urban regeneration unit (a) Location: Luohu District, Shenzhen Buxin north of Phuket Road, east of See the location shown in the drawings. Construction Content: The project demolition land area 27680.8m2, development and construction of land area 21429.1m2, total construction area of 230260 m2. Among them, the total volume rate of total construction area of 162860m2, including industrial buildings 111810m2 (including innovative industrial buildings 5000m2), industrial facilities 48000m2, public facilities 3050m2 (where bus terminals 3000m2, Community Policing 50m2), Commercial underground construction area of 16400m2, underground parking garage 51000m2. Building height limit of 200m. The construction period is December 10, 2012 to December 10, 2015. Shenzhen jewelry headquarters building was designed by O'Brien planning and architectural design is completed, the base is located in Luohu District, Shenzhen, the land area 2.14h square meters, construction area of 179,200 square meters. Design lessons "of the vast water, shellfish essence," and with curved design practices to enable elements towers, podium, plaza, public access and other natural north-south free and easy to show in public. The whole building wanted to expose the surface of the eye-catching gems.
you don't have to 'translate' the original name of the place into english character by character.
the place of the area where this building locates is called Shuibei instead of 'Water Shell'
although it seems like it could be called 'Water Shell' now as the character shown
actually it came from 'the back of water' (水背 in chinese)
so as tianbei - field shell as shown but from 'the back of the field' (田背 in chinese)
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