Lippo Centre

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Lippo Centre information

Hong Kong , China
89 Queensway
Getting there
Metro: Admiralty, exit B
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Though the Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank building and the Hong Kong International Airport, both by English architect Norman Foster, may be Hong Kong’s best-known examples of modern architecture, the city also features quite a number of fine Modern buildings designed by old masters. The Lippo Centre, which evokes koalas hugging a tree, is a pair of office towers designed in the 1980s by American architect Paul Rudolph, who also built Rudolph Hall at the Yale School of Architecture.