- October 17, 2019 at 22:45 #11392YuchiParticipant
This lesson reminds me of BIG’s high-rise buildings in Vancouver.
Because the bridge and road cross the site, the site is divided into triangles. The base of the tower is also a triangle, fully considering the relationship with the neighborhood, avoiding the busy traffic and absorbing the sun. BIG’s founder, Bjarke Ingels, believes that the building avoids noise and traffic, and simply creates a truly urban landmark that is suitable for life.
The underside of the tower is triangular and the upper part is deformed into a rectangular shape, thus forming an eye-catching cantilever shape, which also strives for more area for the building, while releasing more public space at the bottom. The unique look of the building changes from point to view. Buildings are like welcoming people and entering the city through this bridge. The podium at the bottom of the tower forms a walking path that activates the vitality of the city. The project is a mixed-group building of work, residential, and commercial. It is an open community center, a new urban space form under dense traffic, and is an infrastructure and social welfare.
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- October 17, 2019 at 22:48 #11394
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