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Beach and Howe Twisting Residential Tower
5 years ago

Beach and Howe Twisting Residential Tower in Vancouver Canada

Beach and Howe Twisting Residential Tower

This unique Beach & Howe Tower proposal was designed by Bjarke Ingels Group. The twisting tower rises up from a triangular base away from the noisy highway in order to minimize its shade impact on a park across the street. The building is designed to become part of the new strategy, a futuristic urban Canadian city.

It is a 49-storey residential tower with a 9-storey podium which includes market rental housing, commercial uses, and a childcare facility. With a total height of 150 meters it will be the highest building in the southern part of the city and also the fourth highest in the entire Vancouver. Take a look!

Beach & Howe Tower

Beach and Howe Vancouver residential building

Granville Street Bridge Concept

Beach and Howe Vancouver rendering

Beach and Howe Twisting Residential Tower in Vancouver

Under the Granville Bridge

Outdoor Cinema Under the Granville

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