Steven Holl Architects事务所赢得碳云智能(icarbonx)深圳总部设计竞赛。项目由AB双塔构成,设计灵感来自对基因和DNA的研究。A塔为住宅;B塔为办公空间,包括办公室、实验室和公共接待空间。项目旨在通过建筑设计彰显出iCarbonX打造中国首个百万健康数据收集平台的决心与共享透明化信息的理念。

SHA has won the competition for the headquarters of genome machine intelligence company iCarbonX in Shenzhen. The form of the two towers is inspired by a study of genes and DNA. The first tower, ‘Body A’ is residential, while the second, ‘Body B’ is the working program, with offices, labs, and public reception spaces. iCarbonX’s mission – unfolding information – is reflected through the building’s design.

▼项目概览,overall of the project © Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects


A curtain wall of fritted glass with varying translucencies provides tailored shade to the building’s exposures and light conditions. Curvilinear geometry shapes the ground-level public space with water gardens and a central recycled-water “Pool of Knowledge”. The public space is partially embedded in the ground, and the pool’s continuously circulating water masks the sounds of the city, creating a peaceful, protected space.

▼底层公共空间,ground-level public space © Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects

▼具有不同透明度的彩釉玻璃幕墙,curtain wall of fritted glass with varying translucencies © Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects


▼分析图,diagram © Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects

Body A, a 150 M residential tower, is the Living element. Body B, a 200 M tower with offices, labs, and public reception spaces, is the Working element. Four green bridges act as carbon bonds, joining the towers. The two upper bridges contain the health program, joining a health and nutrition circuit with cafes, a gym, and a swimming pool. The two lower bridges join to form public outreach spaces, a clinic, galleries, and meeting spaces. The iCarbonX Clinic is the central element that anchors the Living and Working towers, supporting ICX’s mission to apply science to daily life.

▼底层接待效果图,Interior renderings of ground floor reception © Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects

▼底层室内效果图,Interior renderings of ground floor © Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects

▼高层室内效果图,Interior renderings of upper floors © Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects

▼模型照片,model © Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects

▼Steven Holl水彩手稿,Watercolor manuscript of Steven Holl © Courtesy of Steven Holl

▼总规划屋顶平面图,site roof plan © Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects

▼底层平面图,ground floor plan © Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects

▼连桥平面,bridge plan © Courtesy of Steven Holl Architects


status:in construction
building area (square meters) :139,000
offices, apartments, laboratories, clinic, gymnasium, dining, and large urban public plaza
Shenzhen Silver Green certification. Sponge City run-off control measures, enhanced landscape with over 40 local planting species, maximized open space and roof terraces, natural light and ventilation to all spaces, centralized MEP systems, grey water and recycling water system.
Steel structure encased in cast-in-place concrete, cast-in- place concrete cores. Flat concrete slabs, exterior cast-in- place load bearing concrete walls.
Steven Holl Architects
Steven Holl (design architect, principal) Roberto Bannura (partner in charge) Noah Yaffe (partner)
Dimitra Tsachrelia (advisor)
Olaf Schmidt (senior associate in charge of façade)
Yun Shi (project architect)
Ruoyu Wei, Yang Yang Xu (associate project architects) Hong Ching Lee, Zhenya Li, Jinxin Ma, Sarah Schlegelmilch, Wenying Sun, Filipe Taboada, Lirong Tan, Yuanchu Yi, Yiqing Zhao, Moises Vera (project team)
local architect:Shenzhen CCDI
MEP consultant:AECOM, Shenzhen CCDI
Structural engineering:Shenzhen CCDI
lighting designer:L’Observatoire International
façade consultant:VS-A