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OPPO's new R&D O-Tower showcases a jaw-dropping design with Infinity Loop!

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WOW! OPPO just unveiled the design of their R&D's future home showcasing a futuristic facade.
OPPO's new R&D O-Tower showcases a jaw-dropping design with Infinity Loop!
OPPO's O-Tower

Its open-air courtyard will be open to the public!

The O-Tower is designed by Danish architecture studio BIG. According to them, the infinity loop design is created to "connect ground to sky in a continuous loop of collaboration."
Bird's eye view of the O-Tower
Bird's eye view of the O-Tower

OPPO's new R&D home will be located in Hangzhou, China. This Tower will feature an open-air courtyard, and as mentioned above, it will be open to the public. It will also be surrounded by the building, and it will be built within Hangzhou's "Future Sci-Tech City".
O-Tower's open-air courtyard to be open in public
O-Tower's open-air courtyard to be open in public

A 10 sq km park will also be built next to the O-Tower.

The central oasis and the surrounding wetland park expands the public realm into the heart of the complex. Each element is intrinsically intertwined forming the melted loop that is perceivable at all scales–from the urban landmark to the human experience—becoming a manifestation of the design simplicity that is an intrinsic part of OPPO's brand. The adaptive louvred facade omits incoming solar glare and thermal heat gain, enhancing the passive performance of the building, Bjarke Ingels, founder of BIG.

The building's unique design will allow it to provide various sizes of floor plans and plenty of natural light to come in while also blocking 52 percent of solar heat. 
A look inside O-Tower
A look inside O-Tower

Office floors will be triple-height while sharing wide open spaces with the sloping shape of the building. Amenities mentions include cafeterias, conference centers, and studios.

There was no word yet regarding the estimated completion date yet. 

Meanwhile, OPPO's new headquarters building is currently under construction in Shenzhen, comprising of 4 towers, the tallest of which will be 42 stories high. OPPO's new HQ campus was designed by Zaha Hadid and is slated for completion in 2025.

Source: dezeen, Sina
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