"Kunlun Towers", Il Foglio del Mobile, n°1 (2015)
Standing in the diplomatic centre of Beijing and surrounded by greenery, they bring to mind the mountain chain after which they are named. The Kunlun Towers are 115 metres high and are supported by a single solid base of four floors housing retail spaces, facilities and the public entrance hall to the 23 luxurious residential units located on the upper floors. While the base is clad in stone and intersected by glass grooves as if to evoke a wall of rock furrowed by crevices, the two towers present an all glass façade offering the residences - situated on different floors - a splendid all-round panoramic view of the city. This refined project carries the signature of architect Enzo Eusebi, founder of Nothing Studio, who together with Lee Weimin Architects Office has designed the interiors in a perfect mix of minimalism and Italian excellence.