The seven-story T3 tower features 220,000 square feet of prefabricated CLT timber panels and nail-laminated timber cladding.
Construction of the 11-story skyscraper is set to begin as soon as developer Lotus Equity finds an anchor tenant, says Michael Green Architecture. Wth a concrete base, the building will use mass timber panels to achieve a smaller carbon footprint and to provide enhanced lighting and acoustics within the interior. The timber will be fire resistant.
The structure will feature 2 million square feet of office spaces, 2,000 residential units, a hotel, public space, and cultural facilities. Workers will be able to lounge in covered roof gardens on top of each block. Triangular-shaped grass patches will be found along the exterior.
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