MAD moves mountains for nature-inspired Beijing development

After several years in the making, MAD Architects has finally completed its large mixed-use development adjacent to a park in Beijing’s central business district. The Chaoyang Park Plaza draws inspiration from Chinese paintings of nature and includes a pair of distinctive towers that are meant to resemble jutting mountain peaks.

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