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With its distinctive and unique design, the Lippo Centre is one of the landmarks of Hong Kong. Completed in 1988, the building consists of 2 office towers with a retail element at Ground Floor and Podium Level. Tower One has a height of 186m and comprises 46 office floors while Tower Two has 42 floors with a height of 172m. Located in the heart of Admiralty, upper floor occupants enjoy full sea views to the rear and views of Hong Kong Park in front of the Building.
The Building design was inspired by Australian architect Paul Rudolph of Wong & Ouyang (HK) Ltd and indeed there are some who believe the shapes along the building facade resemble koala bears climbing a tree trunk. Initially called the Bond Centre, the Building was later renamed to the Lippo Centre on 23 March 1988. 
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