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This large development consists of two office towers and the city’s largest shopping mall. The three striking glass atria enclosing the mall evolve as the ideal response to the site’s circulation patterns, distribution of natural light, and arrangement of volumes. Achieving a LEED Gold certification is a fundamental objective of the project, so is the preservation of two historic theatre stages and a hall dating from the Ming dynasty (circa AD 1369), which are located at the heart of the site. The design of Center 66 extensively restores this historic compound whilst integrating it into a large public plaza.

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Highly Commended, RLI International Shopping Centre
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HKIA Cross-strait Architectural Design Awards 2015
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The Chicago Athenaeum, International Architecture Awards 2014
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Shortlisted, Completed Shopping
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World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards 2014
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Shortlisted, Best Shopping Centre
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Winner, Best Mixed Use Architecture, Asia Pacific <br/>5-Star, Best Mixed Use Architecture, China
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Asia Pacific Property Awards 2012
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Center 66
Wuxi / PRC
Completion Year
2014
Gross Area of the Entire Development
376,800 sq m
Directors
Christine Lam, David Clayton
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This large development consists of two office towers and the city’s largest shopping mall. The three striking glass atria enclosing the mall evolve as the ideal response to the site’s circulation patterns, distribution of natural light, and arrangement of volumes. Achieving a LEED Gold certification is a fundamental objective of the project, so is the preservation of two historic theatre stages and a hall dating from the Ming dynasty (circa AD 1369), which are located at the heart of the site. The design of Center 66 extensively restores this historic compound whilst integrating it into a large public plaza.

Winning Awards
2016
Merit Award, Building Outside Hong Kong (Non-Residential)
2015
Certificate of Excellence, Architecture (Professional) Commercial, Retail or Office
Nominated Award, Commercial: Shopping
2013
Shortlisted, Best Shopping Centre
Winner, Mall
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