The Infinity Tower is a highly distinctive new luxury tower, set to be made the central attraction of the revamped Green Square area of the Australian city of Sydney, that features an eye-catching looped design that renders it more than capable of accommodating a rooftop terrace as well as garden apartments.
Designed by Koichi Takada Architects, the Infinity Tower will feature 20 stories and is part of a $6 billion project to revitalize the area. The sides of the Infinity Tower loop down to form tiered garden apartments, with private terraces offering beautiful views of the communal terrace. The north corner of the tower features what appears to be a cut-off slice of tower, a design that keeps the upper floors connected whilst letting natural light into the courtyard.
The Infinity Tower is a great example of architecture that is both visually completely unique yet functional and not merely an eye-catching gimmick.
The Infinity Tower's Unique Shape is Eyecatching As Well As Functional
Rahul Kalvapalle — March 24, 2016 — Art & Design
References: infinitybycrowngroup.au & cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au