Superimpose saves industrial heritage from demolition. Under the prevailing economic and urban transformation in China, the city Changzhi faces suburbanisation, which is effecting into a new CBD. The future CBD is planned on a site, which has 14 former bearing factories built in 1945. The 70 years old heritage embodies a significant historical and cultural value. Cultural heritage contributes added value to the surrounding developments, also owned by the same client, generated vision alignment with the client’s team. Eventually Superimpose convinced both authorities and client to preserve and revitalise at least 70% of heritage into a “Cultural Hub”. Superimpose regenerated the largest of the former factories, which will host as an exhibition centre. The Re-Veil started with a vision to challenge urbanisation in the fastest growing country in the world. The project is a benchmark for similar cities in China, which are undergoing prompt urban planning decisions with cultural heritage.