Dutch architecture firm OMA has built Prince Plaza in Shenzhen, an office skyscraper with three cut-outs for terraces lined with golden hexagons.
Located on the waterfront in Shenzhen's Shekou district, the 200-metre-tall tower was built for property company China Merchants Shekou Holdings (CMSH).
A multi-storey podium at the base of the office tower houses a shopping centre with a rooftop garden.
This shopping centre extends several levels below ground, where it connects Prince Plaza to two of Shenzhen's metro lines.
The golden hexagon-patterned filigree used to decorate the sky decks appears again on parts of this podium, visually connecting the complex.
The hexagonal design creates patterns that appear to rise and fall, chosen to reflect the ridges of the mountains and the waves of water that surround the city.