Monday, February 16, 2009

The Absolute Towers, MAD studio


Yansong Ma of the Beijing-based architecture firm MAD created this stunningly curvaceous building for the a new 50-storey condo in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

"Our design forsakes the simplification principle of modernism. In fact, it expresses a higher level of complexity and diversity of modern society through multiple approaches. In the meantime, it caters to (ambiguous) social needs at multiple levels...The towers talk to each other and harmonize with each other. There is a synergy between them, an aura which transcends each of the individual buildings."


The Absolute Tower
MAD studio, Ma Yansong
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

1 comment:

Centennial College said...

Great architecture design in this photograph.

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