The ground floor will offer fine dining for around 150 distinguished guests, while the other floors will be used as bar and lounge areas with views of the track.
The day after the Grand Prix, the structure will be used for a special launch event by Mercedes before it is transformed again to host a gala dinner and the Grand Prix Ball. The festivities will be rounded off with the Twin Towers Alive concert on 29 March.
The contract is the company's first in the Far East. The client approached Owen Brown after seeing its structures at Royal Ascot.
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