They say architects find inspiration in the strangest of places, but Melbourne-based practice Elenberg Fraser is taking that one step further. Elenberg Fraser designed a skyscraper inspired on the singer Beyoncé for their latest architecture design, the ‘Premier Tower’.
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The curvaceous, 226m-tall skyscraper has been granted planning approval in the Australian city and marries the firm’s singular aesthetic with a serious rationale. And is transforming Melbourne architecture’s.
The studio explained that this luxury architecture project is “is the culmination of our significant research into how to best work with individual site and climatic constraints, brought together using our new parametric modelling techniques”.
The Parametric modelling – a computer-aided design – allows this complex shapes for this skyscraper inspiration on Beyoncé and to create a unique form and undulating facade.
Functional as it may be, the form of the build was originally inspired by Beyoncé’s Ghost. In the video for the song, fabric wrapped dancers stand tall, emphasising the curves and twists of the human body as they bend and coil.
This luxury architecture building is the completion date for the 68-storey structure – which will contain 660 apartments, as well as a top hotel with 160 rooms of its own and retail space – has yet to be confirmed. But once completed, it will sit opposite the Southern Cross station in the business district of the city.
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