Australia would soon be breaking records with a new tallest skyscraper on its land. This unique design of a twisting foliage covered tallest building in Australia is a ‘Green Spine’ project which won the international design competition. The building is proposed to have two towers, the taller of which would reach out to new heights of 356 meters above sea level, listing itself as the tallest Melbourne skyscrapers.
This architectural beauty would adorn Melbourne’s Southbank landscape by 2020. It would have a quirky design with geometric glass facades, setting the distinctive tone of the building along with beautiful terraces, balconies and gardens.
What is unique about this tallest building in Australia?
A tie to the environment and greenery is becoming the latest trend for a sustainable living due to increased awareness amongst individuals. This vertical boulevard would thus be flaunting a ‘Future Botanic Garden’ which would be open to general public.
Also the twisting skyscraper is already the talk of the town as the smaller of the two towers would be housing hip bars, restaurants, commercial offices and a hotel while the taller one would be a residential hub. The towers would be a fully functional vertical city in themselves with a cinema, school, daycare, auditorium, and a full fledged marketplace.
Adding the new to be tallest building of Australia to your bucket list already? Book your trip to Australia and do visit once this wonder stands tall!