The world-renowned Taipei 101 tops the list of the largest office buildings in Asia at 412,500 sq meters. Taipei 101 is also the 11th tallest building in the world (509.2m) and the 6th largest office building in the world. Imagine having the largest offices high atop one of the Asia's tallest office buildings, overlooking the beautiful landscapes of Taipei city.
Taipei 101 | Quadrotor Dragonfly (Aerial Footage)
Twin Petronas Towers. At second, are the 452-meter tall Petronas Twin Towers of Malaysia. Completed in 1996 and built at a cost of US$1.6 billion, these majestic towers pack a combined floor area of 395,000m2 (4,252,000 sq ft) over 88 floors, making the Petronas Towers the seventh largest office building in the world.
Twin Tower Petronas Kuala Lumpur Night Aerial View
CMG Headquarters. Following at third is the headquarters of CMG (China Media Group) in Beijing, China, with a floor area of 389,079 sq meters. Standing 234 meters tall, this commercial building is owned by China Media Group (CMG) and also serves as the headquarters for China Central Television (CCTV).
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Chongqing World Trade Center. Chongqing World Trade Center is the 3rd largest office building in Asia and the 2nd largest office building in China, with a floor area of 284,000.00m2. Located in Chongging, China, it stands at a height of 283 meters (928.48 feet), with a total of 60 floors. More..
International Commerce Centre. Built in 2010 and towering at a height of 484 meters (1,588 feet), the International Commerce Centre is the tallest building in Hong Kong, followed by 2 International Finance Centre at 415 meters. With a floor area of 274,064m2 over 122 floors, the International Commerce Centre is also the largest commercial office building in Hong Kong.
ICC Tower Hong Kong 2010
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