Harmony Tower: Sustainable Skyscraper In South Korea



harmony tower
Named Harmony Tower, this skyscraper is designed by Studio Daniel Libeskind for the Youngsan International Business District of Seoul, South Korea. It accommodates 38 floors of offices on his total 46 floors. Being a sustainable building, the structure features sheltered gardens providing comfort, heat reduction and natural aeration at every floor. Additionally, the high rise offers multiple-angled views on the Han river.
harmony tower
Via: ecofriend.com

harmony tower

harmony tower

harmony tower

sustainable skyscraper

sustainable skyscraper

sustainable skyscraper

sustainable skyscraper

harmony tower, sustainable skyscraper

harmony tower, sustainable skyscraper

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