Congratulations on our successful bid for the curtain wall project of Shanghai (China) Planetarium
The Shanghai Planetarium project is located at the junction of Nanhui New Town, Pudong New District, Shanghai, Lingang Avenue and Huanhu West Third Road, and next to Chunlian River in the southeast. The total planned land area is 5.86 hectares.
Shanghai Planetarium is approximately 800 meters away from Dishuihu Station of Metro Line 16, and the transportation is convenient. Shanghai Planetarium has a building area of 38,000 square meters, of which 34,000 square meters are above ground and 4,000 square meters are underground. It includes a three-story main building, a one-story youth observation base, a one-story kitchen dining room (first basement), a three-story public observatory, a two-story magic solar tower, and a one-story garbage room.
Shanghai Planetarium is a large-scale science popularization venue in Shanghai. It is expected to be completed and opened in 2020.
The Shanghai Planetarium will use a variety of high-tech display technologies to create high-precision scenes that simulate the starry sky and immersive cosmic roaming. The sun and many stars can be actually observed through astronomical telescopes.