Five “dancing” architecture projects that command an audience

Alongside Bjarke Ingels’ XI towers (The Eleventh) next to the High Line, and Frank Ghery’s 1996 Dancing House in the Czech Republic, The American Copper Buildings, designed by SHoP Architects, is a building that appears as if it is dancing. The pair of copper-clad skyscrapers both kink at the halfway mark and connect with one another through a skybridge that floats in the air. The two bendy towers as well as the bridge that links the two, create a unique silhouette that gives the impression that the buildings are interacting with each other.

By Eleanor Gibson, Deezeen

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