Infinity by Crown  Koichi Takada Architects

With the design expertise of Koichi Takada Architects, Crown International Holdings Group has showcased their ambitious mixed-used residential complex in Sydney, Australia. Located at the gateway of the Green Square, this residential and partly commercial architecture is meant to be an interactive landmark feature to facilitate both the public and private spheres.

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Intertwined loop is meant for one loop to activate the public plaza, and the other for creates privacy and amenities for the residences. The residential loop is oriented towards the north and well of the cut out heights allows for subtle daylight, and more intense natural light to illuminate the public loop and central courtyard.

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Accessible at the street level the central courtyard creates a lively area for all walks of people to interact. The public atmosphere that has been implemented in this residential building enhances this space as a small part of a bigger master plan for the green square.

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The undulating nature of the intertwined loops creates a cloud-like façade design. This is meant to portray an asymmetrical design that allows for unique views of the building from different angular perspectives.

By Ariela Lenetsky

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