Shijiazhuang International Convention and Exhibition Centre is a mixed-use project in northern China slated as a cultural destination. The overall design is characterized by surrounding field patterns and the traditional “broken ice” pattern of Chinese screen designs to integrate with adjacent sites. Comprised of a five-star hotel, serviced apartments, offices, and a 330-meter-high tower, the mixed-use design intertwines exhibition and convention areas. The masterplan also includes other amenities for locals, which includes a city park, and restaurant and retail spaces so the space stays active all year round. Surrounding the entire site is a man-made body of water that will feed into the nearby Hutuo River.