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BKK Architects Get Green Light for Skinny Twisted Tower in Melbourne

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 29, 2014 01:10 AM
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by Ross Brooks last modified Jan 28, 2014


Melbourne's City Minster for Planning Matthew Guy recently gave the green light for a skinny new 73-story tower that will be just under 40 feet at its narrowest point. Designed by BKK Architects, the 753-foot building will feature a "twisted flower stem" design




 

 

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Melbourne’s City Minster for Planning Matthew Guy recently gave the green light for a skinny new 73-story tower that will be just under 40 feet at its narrowest point. Designed by BKK Architects, the 753-foot building will feature a “twisted flower stem” design and it will contain 256 apartments along with an elevated spa, a sauna, a pool deck, and shops and cafes at ground level. The tower will also utilize green building strategies ranging from on-site power generation to integrated water management and modular construction.

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