The Bundang Doosan Tower, located in Seoul, South Korea, was designed by architectural firm Kohn Pedersen Fox to mimic the city's historic gates. The 130-meter tall skyscraper consists of two 27-storey towers sheathed in reflective glass that are connected by a four-story sky bridge set atop the building. The Bundang Doosan Tower stands at the foot of the Gyeongbu Expressway, which leads into the city center, marking it as a metaphorical entranceway.
The tower, which will become the company headquarters for the Doosan Corporation, contains plenty of office space plus an auditorium, daycare center, fitness center, cafe, and a small museum dedicated to laying out the history of the company. The Bundang Doosan Tower's impressive gateway silhouette leaves a mighty impression on passersby, signifying the strength of the company within.
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