Conceived as a pair of dancers moving together without touching, each of these multi-storey towers appears to lean in two directions – sideways and towards one another.
The shorter tower, a 29 storey concrete frame structure, houses apartments with the taller twisted tower, a 34 storey structure, accommodating office space. The two are linked by a two storey podium and three basement levels. These provide retail and leisure facilities and car parking. Our considerable local experience in deep excavation and construction contributed to the water resistant design of the basement levels. For the towers, stability is provided mainly by central concrete cores. Shear walls and framing action also contribute.