The project is composed of 13 buildings , located in the Lingang Industrial Zone of Shanghai, near Hangzhou Bay, and is surrounded by major roads such as Luwu Highway to the south (facing the river) and South Lu Highway to the east. The project is designed by the principal architect Mr. D. Delfino.
The overall design concept draws inspiration from prisms, deconstructing the surfaces of prisms and then reassembling them to form the basic shape of the facades. On one hand, the sculpted forms give the entire campus a distinctive identity. On the other hand, the multiple refractions of the prism also symbolize the boundless possibilities of future technological innovation.
To emphasize the primary circulation system running in the east-west direction throughout the campus, the design envelops the tops of the existing scattered buildings with three major integrated structures. This approach creates a continuous architectural facade image, particularly visible from the main external roads, providing an overall impression of the campus. The overall facade is effectively cut vertically based on the internal secondary circulation system, revealing the short sides of the building frames and the building blocks below. The architectural facade covers the ramps and circular roads at different heights inside, creating a two-story geometric skin for all facades facing the main external roads and highways, allowing all architectural elements to form an organic whole.