Structurally Unique Skyscraper Finished In Beijing



Rem Koolhaas, futuristic Skyscraper, Beijing
The very exceptional modern architecture building in Beijing (China) was planned by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas and OMA agency and is now complete to house the CCTV headquarters, lodging studios, offices and some production. Totally sound 75 meter cantilever that angles between two towers looks almost hanging is the air. Looking like a standing and folded rectangle with an inverted arris, the skyscraper is not the tallest one by definitely the most outstanding of so-far existing.
Via: Thecreatorsproject.com
Rem Koolhaas, futuristic Skyscraper, Beijing

Rem Koolhaas, futuristic Skyscraper, Beijing

Rem Koolhaas, futuristic Skyscraper, Beijing

Rem Koolhaas, futuristic Skyscraper, Beijing

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