Here is a huge mural which is created by the German artist Hendrik Beikirch. The artist has painted a 70-meter-high mural of a fisherman nearby Daniel Libeskind’s Haeundae I’Park towers in Busan.
It will be the Shenzhen’s tallest tower at 660 meters, the “Ping An Finance Center” by KPF will anchor the city’s new Central Business District. Situated at the southwest corner of the intersection of Yi Tian Road and Fu Hua Road in the Futian District, the tower will connect with neighboring properties in addition to Shenzhen Line 1 Gou Wu Gong Yuan metro station. Increasing 115 floors above grade the PAFC punctures the sky with an inspiring tip that is significant of iconic spired towers such as the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building.
The frontage system includes a complementary language of light colored stone and glazing. Chevron-shaped stone panels sheath the vertical superstructure and highlight the perimeter columns that feature eight-story diagonal braces. Physically, the tower has been engineered with a composite concrete core with steel outriggers anchoring the eight super-columns. Seven double layer belt trusses located in mechanical and refuge floors include the exterior in combination with the super diagonals at the corners of the tower. The eleven floors of the podium are built in a usual steel frame method. The tower is under construction since 2010, the Ping An Finance Center is planned for completion in 2015.