Dutch architecture firm MVRDV is inching ever closer to unveiling a spectacular new skyscraper design, in the form of the Baltyk tower, that keeps your eyes entertained by switching up its perceived appearance depending on what angle you look at it from.
This is not to say that the building moves and twists in real time as that would be architecturally impossible, but rather the building has been designed in such a way that it looks narrower or thicker depending on the angle of view. This mixed-use tower is set to be occupied by office and commercial space.
This is a clever example of a skyscraper design that is designed to position the building not just as a functional tower but as a veritable landmark and attraction.
Angle-Altering Skyscraper Designs
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