'Cross # Towers' by BIG Architects is Bright

By: Kevin Young - Published: May 6, 2012 • References: big.dk & designboom
The 'Cross # Towers' by BIG is a stunning tower that takes the form of a Tic-Tac Toe grid.

To be erected in Seoul, South Korea, the building is a structure for Korean development group Dreamhub. The slender buildings will be connected by two horizontal buildings that act as bridges for the vertical towers. The development will bring over 600 luxurious residences including a gallery space, library, kindergarten and a plaza in the lower levels.

There's plenty of landscape and green space in the building, and the towers are specifically designed to offer ultimate sunlight. Both the lower and higher bridge buildings act as a rooftop terrace, offering ample space for residents to use. The Cross # Towers by BIG will provide immaculate views of the city with dramatic vantage points.

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