Inno Park


ProVista Inno Park

In 2017 ProVista acquired a piece of land at Songshan lake (Area 60,000㎡,P.R. 3.5) and kicked off the ProVista Inno Park Development Project. We hired distinguished architects Corrin Chan, Tony Yip, Margie Tam, Magic Kwan and Kenrick Wong to design for Phase One. The ProVista Development Ltd. was established to oversee the project. Inno Park Phase One will be completed in 2020 and put into operation.

The protection of the environment and the care of humanities are the values ​​that ProVista upholds. In the architectural and environmental design of ProVista Inno Park, factors such as the natural environment, history, and humanities have been fully taken into account, so that technology, human beings and nature can be reconnected. And it makes technology and innovation to create a better future here.

Recent image of ProVista Inno Park

118,325㎡ Creative Science and Technology Industrial Park

Total land area: 60,000㎡

Total construction area: 118,325㎡

Developed in 2 phases, expected to be put into use in 2021, development will be completed in 2023

Total project investment exceeds RMB 1.5 billion

More than 400 green innovation companies will be introduced

Beautiful Natural Environment

The Park is surrounded by a number of beautiful natural ecological landscapes, such as East River, Xiasha Wetland Park, Dongguan Ecological Garden, Fulong Old Temple Park, Wong Tai Sin Park.

Adjacent to Guangdong University of Science & Technology, 35,000 teachers and students will provide sufficient human resources for the park.

Central of the Greater Bay Area
Close to Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Hong Kong

ProVista Inno Park is located in Songshan Lake area, the center of the Pearl River Delta. In the combined advantages of the Greater Bay Area and the Guangzhou-Shenzhen Innovation and Technology Corridor planning. More and more companies, including Huawei terminals and DJI, have set their development sights here.

It is close to S29 Congguanshen Expressway and Eastern Express Trunk Line. It takes 30 minutes by car to Shenzhen and Guangzhou, and 1 hour to Hong Kong and Zhongshan, forming an hour-long convenient city life circle.

Perfect Living Facilities

The construction of the park implements the concept of green living work: walking cities, sponge cities, and Dodo centers. There are also more than a thousand underground parking spaces, wetland garden, bicycle lanes, and running track, etc.


Fully utilized the natural elements


Using innovative Green Building techniques, our architects have fully utilized the sites natural elements. The result is a building with superior environmental performance and value to its occupants.

More than Green Coverage

There is a large water garden in the center of Phase One of the park, which provides beautiful leisure activities space for the park staff. The exterior walls, terraces, parking lots, etc. of the building are all planted with large areas of greenery, which can beautify the building and also play a role in cooling and purifying the air.

The park faces the street in the south, and the painted fence under the three-meter-high climbing vine hedge creates a close and integrated park perimeter. The grass-planting grid ecological parking space continues the greenery of the hedge.

The grassy slope in the centre of the park creates a green garden at a low cost. The meniscus-shaped water body, with the outline of the crescent moon outlined by the underwater light strip, adds personality to the quiet park at night.

The lighting area on the south side of the open garage, the combination of flowers and plants continues the greenery of the central garden.

Most of the southeast side of the main building of Tech A & B is planted with vertical greenery from the ground. The original idea of the building design is followed to create a comfortable indoor working environment with minimum maintenance.

Pedestrian Campus

In order to create a comfortable and quiet working environment, the Park is designed to divert people and cars, and passenger and freight elevators are divided into different entrances and exits. More, there are sightseeing stairs in the building to encourage everyone to walk instead of taking cars or elevators, reducing energy consumption and pollution, and creating a Healthy and environmentally friendly park.

A 1.5m wide jogging path around the park to create a dynamic theme park. The shape of the bond implies the interconnection of innovation and technology.

The "dodo" was the first kind of bird on Earth to become extinct due to environmental damage without learning to fly. With the theme of "dodo", the staff passage evokes the concept of environmental protection and encourages employees to maintain a positive and optimistic attitude towards life.

Rooftop Solar

The roof-top solar energy station of the ProVista Inno Park has atotal capacity of 489.24KWp, with an annual power generation of 587,000 KWH and an annual income of 598,000 yuan. The solar system will also reduce carbon emissions by 585.3 tons per year.


We have specially invited a team of top architectural designers and landscape designers from Hong Kong to create a unique environmentally friendly building for the Park.

Corrin Chan

Project Architect

Tony Ip

Architect (Environmental)

Margie Tam

Architect (Environmental)

Magic Kwan

Architectural Designer

Kenrick Wong

Architectural Designer

Yee Chun-Ming

Architectural Designer (Residential)