The Himalayas is an architectural wonder, incorporating modern design with Chinese ideas of nature and humanism. It’s a symbol of the thriving Pudong neighborhood, a chance to experience Shanghai’s cultural variety in one place.

Designed by renowned architect Arata Isozaki, you’ll find a wealth of shops, restaurants, and a cinema, as well as a theater and museum.

Located in Pudong, Shanghai and designed by international architect Arata Isozaki, Himalayas Center is a landmark building that combines nature, humanism, and architect. It takes on the form a jade piece with heavenly inscriptions that breaks forth from the ground. The project consists of the hotel; shopping mall; art museum and theater and offers a wide range of amenities for tourists and casual visitors alike.

-Arata Isozaki

Arata Isozaki is a recipient of Royal Gold Medal from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Golden Lion award at the Venice Architecture Biennale. He is widely acknowledged as a leading representative of “post-modernism” in the architectural circles. He has successfully incorporated Chinese classical poetic images into advanced design ideas. The Himalayas Center is a perfect embodiment of his architectural idea of combining nature with humanism.

Address:
1108 Meihua Lu,
near Fangdian Lu
梅花路1108号, 近芳甸路

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