Shanghai Architecture

Shanghai has a diverse array of buildings spanning various architectural styles, including the distinctly Western, the traditional Chinese and unique amalgamations of the two. The Bund, a popular tourist destination located on the western bank of the Huangpu River, is home to a wide variety of early 20th-century architecture such as the neoclassical HSBC Building, the art deco Sassoon House, which is the north building of the Peace Hotel, and a number of former foreign concessions.

China – Shanghai Architecture – Shanghai Art Museum Wall

China – Shanghai Architecture – Shanghai Art Museum Wall

China – Shanghai Architecture – Lujiazui Top Buildings

China – Shanghai Architecture – Lujiazui Top Buildings

China – Shanghai Architecture – People’s Square Trees

China – Shanghai Architecture – People’s Square Trees

China – Shanghai Architecture – People’s Square

China – Shanghai Architecture – People’s Square

China – Shanghai Architecture – Shanghai Art Museum

China – Shanghai Architecture – Shanghai Art Museum

China – Shanghai Expo 2010 Puxi Site

China – Shanghai Expo 2010 Puxi Site

Shanghai – Baoshan Old Building

Shanghai – Baoshan Old Building

Shanghai – East Nanjing Road

Shanghai – East Nanjing Road

Shanghai – High Building

Shanghai – High Building

Shanghai – Pattern Architecture

Shanghai – Pattern Architecture

Shanghai – Weihai Road

Shanghai – Weihai Road

Shanghai Architecture – Old Buildings

Shanghai Architecture – Old Buildings

Shanghai Architecture – Up To The Sky

Shanghai Architecture – Up To The Sky