Toronto-based B+H Architects are looking to get ahead of the cultural curve with the introduction of the unTower use-neutral skyscraper concept. As more companies permit working from home in the long term, office spaces have begun to become somewhat obsolete. The unTower aims to address the shifting space needs that have been set in motion through the course of the pandemic.
The skyscraper is designed with the ability to adapt to different space needs whether residential or commercial. The unTower has a cylindrical shape which is populated with stacked rings. These rings are made to be modular, cutting construction costs and expediting the manufacturing process. The unTower's unique, adaptable design makes it ideal for fast-paced, rapidly expanding cities where the skyscraper's flexibility would be a major asset.
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