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About Hanking Group

Hanking Group, when founded in 2007, made definite its core strategic planning with Shenzhen as its foothold and the Pearl River Delta within its sphere of influence. The Group has developed several featured projects such as Hanking International Hanking Hill and Hanking True Joy. It also has land resources covering more than 9 million square meters in core districts of Shenzhen, including the Qianhai District. A three-pronged product system of residential, commercial and industrial projects has laid a solid foundation for Hanking’s sustainable development.
Hanking Group, with the development concept of “creativity + quality”, Hanking integrates resources around the globe and forms its company featuring core competitiveness on the basis of an international view, an ingenious concept, differentiated products and high quality services.

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Hanking Group at CTBUH

Top Company Rankings: The World’s 100 Tallest Buildings

13 Oct 2016, CTBUH Research – The Council is pleased to announce the Top Company Rankings for numerous…

Tieshen Chen

Tieshen Chen

CTBUH Innovation Conference, Speaker, 2019
Shenzhen, China

Tim Wu

Tim Wu

CTBUH Innovation Conference, Speaker, 2019
Shenzhen, China

CTBUH Resources Involving Hanking Group

Award Winners & Award of Excellence Recipients

The CTBUH Awards recognize projects and individuals that have made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of tall buildings and the urban environment, and that achieve sustainability at the highest and broadest level.

Award of Excellence

Tall Building's in Numbers: World's Tallest Offset-Core Buildings

Apr 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue II
CTBUH Research

Offset Cores: Trends, Drivers and Frequency in Tall Buildings

Apr 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue II
Dr. Philip Oldfield, UNSW Sydney; Bronte Doherty, BVN Architecture

Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2018

Dec 2018 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue I
CTBUH Research

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Papers/Research

Tall Building's in Numbers: World's Tallest Offset-Core Buildings
Apr 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue II; CTBUH Research
There has long been an interest in separating the service cores of tall buildings from the main programmed areas – to create more column-free, easily-configured floor space; to symbolically express “service” and “served” portions of the building; to…
Offset Cores: Trends, Drivers and Frequency in Tall Buildings
Apr 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue II; Dr. Philip Oldfield, UNSW Sydney; Bronte Doherty, BVN Architecture
This research explores the trends, drivers and frequency of offset cores in the world’s tallest buildings. It charts the history of tall building layouts, exploring the motivation behind offset-core morphologies emerging in the second half of the…
Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2018
Dec 2018 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue I; CTBUH Research
The astronomical growth in tall building construction observed over the past decade continued in 2018, though the total number of completed buildings of 200 meters’ or greater height leveled off at 143, after hitting an all-time record of 147 in…
The ASeismic Design and Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis of a 350m High Braced Steel Frame
26 Oct 2015 – Global Interchanges: Resurgence of the Skyscraper City; Ziguo Xu, Chongcui Ren & Congzhen Xiao, China Academy of Building Research
Using nonlinear time history analysis to investigate the seismic performance of tall building structures has been more widely implemented in recent years as china new generation national codes for seismic design were promulgated in 2010, in which the…

Tall Buildings Involving Hanking Group

1   Hanking Center Tower 2018 359 m Shenzhen
2   Hanking Hill Block A - - Shenzhen
3   Hanking Hill Block B - - Shenzhen
4   Hanking International Building - - Shenzhen
  Completed   Arch. Topped Out   Struct. Topped Out   Under Constr.