A remarkable office building GT Tower East, with its wavy facade, differentiates itself from the typical angular architecture in the South Korean capital, Soul. 130m high building and its unusual form are the results of visions of architects Peter Couwenbergh and Edgar Bosman from the Dutch ArchitectenConsort studio based in Rotterdam. Floor space of 54 000m2 is spatious enough to offer a wide array of functional use. In addition to office spaces the building serves as an shopping and cultural centre with an underground parking lot. With the use of proper isolation of the facade, solar panels, use of natural
light and ventilation, the building passes the criterium of sustainability.
Source and photo: contemporist.com