22 Sep '16, 6pm

Schmidt Hammer Lassen transformed a boring office building into a vibrant high-tech startup incubator

Schmidt Hammer Lassen transformed a boring office building into a vibrant high-tech startup incubator

An office building in Shanghai has been transformed into a modern innovation incubator for hi-tech start-up companies . The Caohejing Hi-tech Park Development Corporation (CHJ), one of China's leading real estate development companies, commissioned Schmidt Hammer Lassen architects to renovate the existing structure and deliver a sustainable design that would foster creativity and collaboration.

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