Cutting edge 'invisible' tower granted construction permit outside Seoul, Korea

The eruption of supertall towers across the world has also seen a rise in 'landmark' architecture, with the majority of these glistening tall towers contorted into unusual shapes or incorporating 'vanity height' in an effort to stand out on the architecture map.

For GDS Architects, A&U and Samoo Architects, this is not the case.  

Tower Infinity is the result of an international design competition won by the team in 2008 and the project has just been granted a construction permit. The 450m-high structure is destined for a prime site just outside Seoul in South Korea, an area well known for its ambitious architectural design (search WAN for Yongsan International Business District for some breathtaking plans).

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