OPPO is planning a new R&D building that looks like a sci-fi tower

Andreas Milano

When it comes to buildings and architecture, most tech brands wouldn’t disclose so much information about it online. However, OPPO has recently hired a Danish architecture studio called BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) to design a new research and development building and it looks out of this world. Called the O-Tower, […]

When it comes to buildings and architecture, most tech brands wouldn’t disclose so much information about it online. However, OPPO has recently hired a Danish architecture studio called BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) to design a new research and development building and it looks out of this world.

Called the O-Tower, the studio emphasized that “the new OPPO R&D headquarters embodies this notion, sitting with ease in the scenic wetlands of Hangzhou while negotiating between the dense urban fabric on one side and the natural landscape on the other”. It’s planned to be situated in an upcoming future sci-tech city beside a natural lake and a 10,000 square-metre park.

Set to be built in Hangzhou, China, the skyscraper was described as to “connect the ground to the sky in a continuous loop of collaboration”. The studio also added on saying that with this vision of OPPO, it’s an architectural manifestation that represents an OPPO product – elegant and elevating a human’s quality of life in the city. Anyway, enough talk – check out the concept art below!

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