Skyscraper Inspired by Beyoncé Built in Melbourne

Melbourne got a new magnificent building  skyscraper Premiere Tower , which a complex form inspired by the seductive curves of popular American singer Beyonce.
Architectural firm “Elenber Fraser” was given the green light to build a tower 226 meters high in the central business district of Melbourne. The project will finance the company “Fragrance Group”, singapore billionaire Koh Wee Meng.

Skyscraper Inspired by Beyoncé Built in Melbourne

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“Premiere Tower” will be built on the site of the cult pub from the 1970s, near to the railway station. According to the architects, will be covered with glass, and will have 78 floors. Within the skyscrapers there will be 660 luxury apartments and luxurious hotel with 160 rooms.

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With its elegant structure, the tower will be a magnet for the views, just like Beyonce. Her gradual curves clearly served as inspiration for builders. The idea for the construction of the building was made after the broadcast of her video for “Ghost” in which the body of the popular singer and dancers wrapped with black textile tape.
Form a skyscraper created thanks to parametric modeling, computer method allows the creation of complex forms in accordance with the given parameters.

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“The project is the culmination of a significant research. The complex form is actually the most effective way of allocating the mass of the building, giving the best results in terms of structural dispersion, frequency fluctuations and wind,” say the architects.

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