The building is nearly 600m tall and can resist corrosion in China

Binh An International Financial Center is designed with 1,700 tons of 316L stainless steel, unaffected by the impact of weather and sea breeze.

Binh An International Financial Center is designed with 1,700 tons of 316L stainless steel, unaffected by the impact of weather and sea breeze.

Picture 1 of The building is nearly 600m tall and can resist corrosion in China

Picture 1 of The building is nearly 600m tall and can resist corrosion in China


The building is located in the center of Ping An International Finance in Shenzhen, China.

Located in Shenzhen Special Economic Zone, China, Binh An International Finance Center is a sky-high tower with a height of 592.5m and a total area of ​​46,000m 2 . This is the fourth tallest tower in the world and the highest in southern China.

The tower is designed in conical shape, narrowing to the top, 8 outer pillars are designed to reduce the maximum wind load, thereby improving the strength and structure of wind resistance. External architecture uses 1,700 tons of stainless steel 316L. Due to the location of the tower located in the coastal city, this special material is able to resist maximum corrosion under the impact of weather and sea breeze.

The tower of Binh An International Finance Center was developed into a large-scale commercial complex including shopping centers, offices and hotels. The tower is the latest green building model to achieve LEED Gold certification by the US Green Building Council.