Benoy beats Gensler and KPF in huge Shanghai comp

Benoy's proposals for the Yuqiao Science Innovation Centre in Shanghai

Practice picked for AI science centre at World Expo Park

Benoy has won an international design competition for a science innovation centre-led project at Shanghai’s World Expo Park, beating shortlisted firms Gensler and Kohn Pedersen Fox.

The practice’s winning design was specifically created to cater to artificial intelligence development, identified as one of China’s top priority industries. Benoy said the “AI Park” would be the most prominent component of the scheme, and would be integrated with research and commercial facilities, office towers, corporate headquarters and serviced apartments.

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