ZAHA Hadid Architects has been selected to create OPPO’s new headquarters in Shenzhen

Zaha Hadid Architects has won a competition to design the new headquarters for OPPO, a Chinese leading mobile brand, in Shenzhen, China.
The 185,000 square meter project, consisted of four interconnected towers with maximum heights of 200m /42 floors/, offers a large public space at ground level.
Two of the towers have flexible open-plan spaces linked by a 20-story vertical lobby, and two external service towers providing vertical circulation. Orientated to maximize the views over Shenzhen Bay, the towers taper inwards at lower levels creating large civic spaces at street level.
The towers include also other public amenities like a landscaped plaza, art gallery, shops, restaurants and a direct link to the adjacent station of Shenzhen’s subway network.
“Large atrium spaces unite all occupants through visual connectivity, helping to foster collaboration between different departments of the company. The abundance of natural light, varied working environments, and diversity of routes for staff and visitors to move through the building are all conducive to creative engagement and spontaneity”, explained Zaha Hadid Architects.
The project has been designed to target LEED Gold from the US Green Building Council. In order to optimize efficiencies, it was developed with 3D BIM and energy management systems.
OPPO’s new headquarters is planned to complete in early 2025.