Super-skinny triangular tower proposed as Melbourne’s tallest skyscraper
Excerpt from Deezen:
Decibel Architecture has revealed its design for what could become Melbourne’s tallest skyscraper, a skinny 330-metre-high tower rising from a triangular plot. Proposed for an angled plot just half the size of a tennis court, the Magic tower would be the tallest building in the city, outstripping the 297.3-metre Eureka tower… As well as testing the limits in terms of height and slenderness with the Magic tower, Decibel Architects hope to push the envelope in terms of sustainable design, partly to benefit the RSV.”
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