Velo Towers Design Project (+ VIDEO)



velo towers, asymptot architecture, futuristic architecture, architecture design
An unusual Velo Towers design project by Asymptote Architecture promises to become a significant architectural landmark of Yongsan Park, South Korea. The structure is composed of dynamic arrangement of stacked and rotated volumes from formal to conventional extrusion of mass. Velo Towers feature unconventional design due to skilful fusion of the typical tower architecture into horizontal and vertical configuration. The towers are located in such a way, that each residential volume takes advantage of its position. You can hang out at the roof gardens, enjoy enormously impressive views from the sky garden or just take pleasure in drinking a cup of coffee. The bridge, joining Velo Towers hosts fitness and recreation centers, pools, lounges, cafes and other facilities, serves kind of a connection for towers’ residents.
Via:tuvie.com
velo towers, asymptot architecture, futuristic architecture, architecture design

velo towers, asymptot architecture, futuristic architecture, architecture design

velo towers, asymptot architecture, futuristic architecture, architecture design

velo towers, asymptot architecture, futuristic architecture, architecture design

velo towers, asymptot architecture, futuristic architecture, architecture design

velo towers, asymptot architecture, futuristic architecture, architecture design

velo towers, asymptot architecture, futuristic architecture, architecture design

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