Spanish architect designs Spliced Towers in China

Spain-based AQSO Arquitectos has unveiled its design for ‘Spliced Towers’, a high-density residential complex in the hilly city of Guangyuan, China.

The building façade is described as “domestic and sober” while the complex’s orientation is based on the views towards the city and the mountains.

A series of vertical louvers cover the space between the slabs in a random arrangement, giving the users the freedom of controlling the sunlight exposure.

In order to minimise the number of cores, and to provide a distinctive urban image, the project combines blocks of apartments and towers.

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