Infinity by Crown by architecture firm Koichi Takada is proposed to be built in Sydney, Australia. Looking at the structure, it's not your average construction for people to live in, but the firm is trying to push the limits when it comes to design.
Instead of putting up another condo in an urban center, Infinity by Crown is set to look much like a sloping structure. The roof part is quite high towards the back, then gradually slopes down at the front of the building. This is all done in a gradual manner, with no angular lines used.
This is a breath of fresh air from the usual apartment buildings being put up around the world. Photo Credits: designboom, crowngroup.au
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