Chinatrust Bank Headquarters designed by NBBJ

After an international design competition and nearly two years of design, the high-profile, 2.5-million-square-foot Chinatrust Bank headquarters has broken ground in . Designed by the Los Angeles office of NBBJ, in cooperation with the local firm Fei & Cheng Associates, the project is slated to reach completion in 2012.

The Chinatrust Bank development will consist of a 30-story headquarters building, a 21-story commercial office building, a 10-story hotel, and a four-level retail center. The project is designed to accommodate the bank’s growth, while supporting its status as the “Best Bank in Taiwan,” as named in Asiamoney, Euromoney, and FinanceAsia publications.

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Cite: Jordana, Sebastian. "Chinatrust Bank Headquarters designed by NBBJ" 26 Feb 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed 17 Apr 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=15394>

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    Cool design. I look forward to seeing more from this office!

    The renderings are cool, but can we see more drawings (plans, sections?) and project information (concept, sq. area, program, etc?)

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    When will these asian countries stop wanting to look like manhattan…another deja vu corportate architecture project…same old same old

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    finally, someone is doing something original with a large scale project, and not just cranking out another silly twisting tower.

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