The GSI tower is unlike any building the world has ever seen before. Although a rather simple design, its donut- or zero-shaped form looks more like a gigantic art sculpture than an actual building. Designed by Sanzpont Arquitectura, the GSI tower will be located in Cancun, Mexico. To be built soon, it has the architecture world buzzing because of the unique negative space in its center, which is big enough to fly a helicopter through.
The GSI tower will be home to a number of top restaurants, corporate offices and shopping malls. An eco-conscious design, the sides of the building will filter in natural light while also providing a stunning view of the Carribean Sea and the adjacent golf course.
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