New buildings in any part of the world need to be as efficient -- both literally and figuratively -- as possible, which is exactly the case with this skyscraper design by Zaha Hadid, which would be located at 582-606 Collins Street in Melbourne, Australia upon completion.
Intended to be a mixed-use building that would encompass homes, retail space and office facilities, the 582-606 Collins Street skyscraper design would consume 50% less energy than traditional designs of a similar nature. With the planning application recently submitted, the actual date of completion is not yet available.
Zaha Hadid Architects has partnered with Australasian firm Plus Architecture to create the 582-606 Collins Street skyscraper design, which would be a crowning achievement for the brands, city and country.
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