China LOPO Terracotta


Terracotta Louvers Project: Straits Cultural Art Center

Terracotta Louvers Project: Straits Cultural Art Center

Project Name: Fuzhou Straits Cultural Art Center Design by Pekka Salminen Location: Fuzhou China Photograph: Zimo Studio Terracotta Louver Manufacturer: LOPO Terracotta Products Corporation Limited With a construction area of 150,000 square meters, the project is not only the largest cultural and art center in Fujian, but also the largest single-layer shell grid construction area (projected area of about 30,000 m2) and the largest single-layer shell grid span in China. (Length 165m, width 90m)…

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LOPO Clay Wall Bricks China Project: China Resources Archives

LOPO Clay Wall Bricks China Project: China Resources Archives

LOPO Clay Wall Bricks China Project: China Resources Archives The China Resources Archives is located in the South Campus of China Resources University, with a total construction area of 9671.8 square meters. The Southern Branch of the Construction Division is responsible for the construction of civil engineering, electromechanical and curtain wall general contracting projects, and the southern branch of the decoration is responsible for the interior decoration project. After the museum…

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LOPO Terracotta Project–Yizaijin City Business Center

LOPO Terracotta Project

Located at the intersection of Junzhu Road and Shangyu Road, Mawei District, Fuzhou City, Fujian Province, China. The total construction area of the project is nearly 60,000sqm, and there are 4F shopping malls and 18F headquarters-level enterprise office buildings. Market positioning is: Free Trade Zone· New Fresh Center Mall, which is the center of Mawei. Abundant business format, covering the five themes of “free trade, new fashion, living, shopping”. The…

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LOPO Terracotta Panels Used in Prefabricated Building

LOPO Terracotta Panels Used in Prefabricated Building

In recent years, prefabricated buildings have attracted high attention from the public, especially under the call of the highest decision-making level of the country to develop prefabricated buildings and promote the industrialization of new buildings, many enterprises are eager to join in it. In the project of Japan JA Group Kanagawa Building, it is a typical prefabricated building by using special shape of LOPO Terracotta panels. The concept of prefabricated…

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LOPO Terracotta Project in Inner Mongolia

LOPO Terracotta Project in Inner Mongolia

Site Address: Hohhot, Inner Mongolia Product: Hollow Structure Terracotta Panels Item No. F5018789 Color: Dark Brown The project is located in Chinggis Khan Street, Xincheng District, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia. The project was completed in June 2014. The total area of the LOPO Terracotta panel curtain wall is 14,600m2, and the building has 29 floors above the ground. The project uses LOPO Terracotta T18 thick, brown ceramic plate. The total architectural planning…

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Terracotta Facade Cladding Panels Project—Institute of Physics CAS

Terracotta Facade Cladding Panels Project---Institute of Physics CAS

Terracotta Facade Cladding Panels Project—Institute of Physics CAS Located at No. 8, Nansan Street, Zhongguancun, Beijing. The newly-built scientific research building–the institute of physics covers an area of 25,000m2 and a construction area of 42,857m2. The institute is designed in a rectangular box shape, there is a main entrance in front of the building. The facade of the institute is made of terracotta facade panels & terracotta brick tiles as the decorative…

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PROJECT: SHENYANG YOUTH ACTIVITY CENTER

LOPO TERRACOTTA CLADDING PROJECT: SHENYANG YOUTH ACTIVITY CENTER

Shenyang Youth Activity Center – is just like a Stone that have been polished,  was relocated to the Science and Technology Park of Weinan National University, which is located in Hunnan New District in Shenyang City. The new site of the City Youth Activity Center is composed of 12 architectural sections and is divided into theatrical and audio visual areas,  livelihood service areas, cultural and technological experience areas, event areas,…

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