Raffles City Chongqing is a complex of eight buildings in Yuzhong District, Chongqing, China, developed by Singaporean real estate developer CapitaLand and constructed by China Construction Third Engineering Bureau Group Co. Ltd. Raffles City Chongqing consists of eight skyscrapers situated on a site covering 9.2 hectares, in Yuzhong District, at the tip of the peninsula where the Yangtze and Jialing Rivers meet.
The Crystal is an enclosed 300-meter-long horizontal skyway that sits atop four of the buildings. It is 32.5m wide and 26.5m high. The Crystal is the highest in the world linking the highest number of towers. The exterior consists of approximately 3,000 glass panels and nearly 5,000 aluminum panels. The Crystal was constructed in nine parts. Four were constructed on the top of the towers and the three middle parts were prefabricated and raised from the ground and installed.
Within the Crystal, there will be two swimming pools, restaurants, a gallery, gardens with trees, and a viewing site. The project was designed by architect Moshe Safdie. It was inspired by Chinese sailing vessels and is a tribute to Chongqing’s historical past as a maritime trading center. Raffles City Chongqing won the China Tall Building Innovation Award.
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