The Big Bend the curved skyscraper of New York
New York could change its skyline soon. The architectural studio has proposed lifting the longest curved building in the world. The Big Bend can become an architectural solution to Manhattan’s height limitations. The skyscraper will have a curved structure of 1,200 meters in length.
The Big Bend is the new project of the architectural studio. The building will have a curved structure of about 1,200 meters in length, which would outstrip other famous skyscrapers. The Big Bend would be located in the area of West 57rd Street in the neighborhood known as Billionaire’s Row.
The zoning laws of New York City have created a peculiar set of tricks, through which developers real estate firms developers builders try to maximize the height of their properties. From the study, they are based on the premise. If we double our structure instead of doubling, New York’s zoning rules we will be able to create one of Manhattan’s most prestigious buildings.
The Big Bend will be the longest curved skyscraper in the world. In addition, it would be a perfect architectural solution to address Manhattan’s height limitations. The study can provide your structure with measures that will make you stand out without worrying about the sky’s limits. The building is shaped like a “U” and the design will be composed of a grid of large windows very similar to those of the architect Rafael skyscraper on Park Avenue.
The skyscraper will also have a very different and unique elevator system. The elevators would be designed to move in a curve and horizontal. Now, The Big Bend is only a project and does not have the corresponding permissions. We will have to wait a little to see if the project becomes a reality.http://www.aztourstravel.com/big-bend-curved-skyscraper-new-york/http://www.aztourstravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/The-Big-Bend.jpghttp://www.aztourstravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/The-Big-Bend-150x150.jpgAmericabig bend,highest building in world,tallest building in the world under construction