The Zhongshan International Exhibition Center was designed by SOM architecture that located in Zhongshan, China is the multi-function centre with a solar roof. The Zhongshan International Exhibition Center uses sustainable solutions to minimize the environmental impact of development of Pearl River Delta of China and attract jobs and tourism in the region. The building complex includes a series of pavilions with closed courses open under a corrugated roof solar. Designed as a core social and economic industrial city growing from 1.3 million, the complex includes a large number of facilities, meeting rooms, halls, dining rooms flexible spaces for administrative support, VIP suites, a Grand Central Plaza and hosting civic events.
The flags are almost interchangeable, allowing different areas to be leased to a wide range of configurations, which anticipate the changing needs of the convention center. In addition, these features allow the center to compete with other facilities nearby, including Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and even in Hong Kong and Macau.
Designed for 800 solar panels, the roof acts as a crystal field of power, cultivating sunlight and convert primary power to the lighting center. Supported by reinforcements very efficient, lightweight roofing system also includes louvered openings for natural ventilation. Durable solutions contribute to the energy of both the center and its effectiveness and visually compelling. Blankets surface facets The solar roof space below with light and dappled shadows, while the interior courtyards allow natural light to travel in space. Inspired by the famous green hills Zhongshan, the rooftop sculpture also evokes the iridescent scales of ancient Chinese armor.