New Chinese Fantastic architecture and building design projects

New Fantastic architecture and building design projects from China and the latest from Chinese designers and architects.

  • Guangzhou Circle

    The Guangzhou Circle was designed by Italian architect Joseph di Pasquale and opened in 2013. It is the world's tallest circle-shaped building at 138m and stands on the banks of the Pearl River.

  • Teapot Shaped Building

    This teapot-shaped building in Wuxi, Jiangsu province, has perhaps the most outlandish design. It was originally designed as a sales office and now includes an exhibition centre.

  • The Headquarters of China Central Television

    The headquarters of China Central Television (CCTV) was named the Best Tall Building Worldwide from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat in 2013, yet some have called it "big pants" due to its resemblance to a pair of trousers.

  • China's State Run newspaper People's Daily Headquarter

    The building of China's state-run newspaper People's Daily has often been remarked on for its phallic appearance, especially when seen as here with scaffolding in place. The 150m-tall tower is situated close to the CCTV building in Beijing's business district.

  • The Phoenix Towers

    The Phoenix Towers in Wuhan are to be one kilometre tall and are scheduled to be completed in the next couple of years. Their exteriors will be covered in solar panels.

  • Sunrise East Kempinski Hotel

    The Sunrise East Kempinski Hotel is set near the Yanqi Lake in the Huairou District of Beijing.

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    The Sheraton Hot Spring Resort on Taihu Lake, Huzhou, which comes complete with rubber ducks.

  • City Library (left) and The Ordos Museum

    This Inner Mongolian city of Ordos is known as a ghost town due to the low population level, yet it boasts two architectural gems, the City Library (left) and the Ordos Museum.