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Cross # Towers

‘The Cross # Towers constitute a three-dimensional urban community of interlocking horizontal and vertical towers. Three public bridges connect two slender towers at different levels – underground, at the street and in the sky.’ 
– Bjarke Ingels

International architecture practice BIG has developed ‘Cross # Towers’, a 21 000 m2 proposal positioned next to the existing urban fabric of the future development zones of the Yongsan master plan, designed by Studio Libeskind for the Korean development group Dreamhub. The design includes two elegant towers with a height of 214 and 204m. To meet the vertical requirements of the site, the exceeding building mass is transformed into an upper and lower horizontal bar, which bridge the two structures at 140m and 70 m elevation. the two edifices are additionally connected through the arrival areas at the ground level and a courtyard below ground.

Read more about the project here.

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Richelle Sibolboro
Richelle Sibolboro

Design strategist and content creator for hire with a passion for arts and culture specifically in design, architecture, and travel. She has produced content for designboom, Azure magazine, Open City Projects, Digifest, and World Design Weeks. Follow her on Instagram and LinkedIn.

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