Australia-based firm Elenberg Fraser has designed and constructed this massive 226 meter Beyoncé building that was inspired by the artist's black and white music video titled Ghost.
The video featured the curvy celebrity wearing completely black and completely white spandex bodysuits that covered her body from her toes to her fingertips. In the video, her hands are raised above her head and there are no gaps between her arms. This image created a silhouette that looked identical to the skyscraper.
The elegant and curvaceous form of the Beyoncé building resembles this gorgeous celebrity as well as many other curvy figured females. The skyscraper is called the Premiere Tower by Elenberg Fraser. The beautifully silhouetted building features bumps and curves that create ample space for offices while completing the overall aesthetic appeal of the building's unique form.
This Beyoncé Building was Inspired by Her Music Video Called Ghost
1. Celebrity-inspired Architecture - Architects and developers can capitalize on the popularity and recognition of celebrities by designing buildings inspired by their images or creations.
2. Curvaceous Skyscrapers - The trend of designing skyscrapers with elegant and curvaceous forms presents opportunities for architects to create visually-striking and unique structures.
3. Silhouette-inspired Design - Taking inspiration from silhouettes, designers can create buildings that resemble recognizable shapes or figures, adding a distinct visual element to the architecture.
1. Architecture - The architecture industry can explore new possibilities for design by incorporating celebrity inspirations and curvaceous forms into their projects.
2. Real Estate - Real estate developers can attract attention and distinguish their properties by commissioning buildings with unique and visually-striking designs, inspired by celebrities or silhouettes.
3. Fashion - The fashion industry can collaborate with architects to create buildings inspired by iconic fashion silhouettes, blurring the lines between fashion and architecture.