Members of the growing team here at Poly Australia embarked upon a study tour in China last week to visit some of the country’s most iconic buildings, bringing their newfound knowledge back to Australia to deliver world-class developments across residential and commercial.
First stop was Guangzhou, where the team visited a number of sales suites and commercial developments across the large city, with the favourite among the team the incredible Grand Mansion development, which even unfinished, impressed the team the most.
The second half of the tour took place in Beijing, the capital of China, and home to Poly International Plaza Beijing, also known as, the Diamond Lantern. The team report that the pictures do not do this building any justice.
Next on the agenda, New Poly Plaza, an incredible building with a central hanging atrium, which really has to be seen to be believed.
The team is looking forward to bringing back their newfound knowledge from leading global cities and implementing the impressive design strategies to the Australian market.
The next study tour will take place in October.
In the meantime, enjoy some pictures from the study tour below.
New Poly Plaza, Beijing
Poly International Plaza, Beijing
Historic artwork inside the Poly Art Museum
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