Twelve modules of patterns are designed to envelope the façade (Photo by Patrick Bingham-Hall) HUAKU SKY GARDEN
The beauty of Huaku Sky Garden lies in the twin towers’ architecture that seems at once delicate (due to their slim forms) and strong in the symmetrical structural frame (referencing traditional Chinese latticed screens) done in multiple scales, the repetition articulating the structural delight.
The project’s location at the base of the foothills of Yangming mountain range means that the building design could leverage the scenery as its backdrop. The towers’ symmetrical, interlinked forms with thick columns came about due to earthquake and typhoon-proof requirements. This structural expression has ...
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