New Vancouver’s Towers Looking Like Jenga – Design You Trust

New Vancouver’s Towers Looking Like Jenga

Büro Ole Scheeren started a new skycreeper project in Vancouver, unveiling plans for two towers composed of irregularly disposed glass blocks. This structure, that will be situated in the West End and will be called Barclay Village, reminds immediately the game of Jenga which questions the rules of balance and stability.

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