The Lippo Center is a twin-tower skyscraper situated on Hong Kong Island that was designed by the American architect, Paul Rudolph. The unique building has become an iconic Hong Kong landmark and has been nicknamed The Koala Tree on account of the protruding windows bearing a similarity to koalas climbing a tree!
The two towers that make up the Lippo Center are similar in design but differ in height; Lippo Center 1 is 172 meters tall, while Lippo Center 2 reaches a height of 186 meters. Both towers are set on a four-story podium, which is home to a large atrium and a retail center.
The Lippo Center is situated on a busy road right in the heart of the city, with fantastic views of nearby Hong Kong Park. Walkways connect the base of the towers to the buildings that surround the complex, as well as a nearby MTR station.
The Lippo Center is located just outside the Admiralty MTR station on Queensway Road. You can also get a completely unobstructed view of the towers from Hong Kong Park.