Curved skyscraper Daniel Libeskind

February 10, 2012 Comments Off on Curved skyscraper Daniel Libeskind

Reflections of Keppel Bay are recognizable in a residential complex consisting of several tall buildings, located at the entrance of the ancient port of Singapore. The set of buildings consists of 6 high (from 24 to 41 floors) buildings with curved shapes.
Each tower has a particular orientation, it is topped with a metal frame that ends with a vertex. The construction is impressive, there are bridges between all ends which make the composition notable for the variety of its elements. In total, the complex has 1,129 apartments.
In this original design we recognize something that used in the design of Libeskind designed for Ground Zero in New York: theFreedom Tower.This project was completed in December 2011 and has been awarded the BCA Green Mark Gold Award.

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