A Proposed Skyscraper Rethinks Tower Design

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The Nexus Building (on the right), a proposed design by PLP Architecture, would utilize a tripod shape to provide both support and open floorplates. All images via PLP Architecture.

Skyscraper technology is constantly racing to keep up with new designs and the needs of developers, and few places have seen and spurred on as much change as China. A new proposal for a city in the Pearl River Delta designed by PLP Architecture, a theater and arts complex bracketed by two towers, offers a new take on skyscraper design that meets a commercial request by breaking with tradition.

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