Taipei Twin Towers by MVRDV will be “a Times Square for Taiwan”

MVRDV has unveiled designs for a pair of towers in Taipei, Taiwan, which will be made from stacks of misaligned blocks wrapped in interactive screens.

Named Taipei Twin Towers, the 337 and 280-metres-tall skyscrapers have been designed by MVRDV in collaboration with CHY Architecture Urban Landscape to revitalise the central station area in the capital’s Zhongzheng district.

The buildings will be constructed as a pile of blocks, each fronted by screens that will display “major cultural spectacles, sporting events, and advertising”, establishing the area as “a Times Square for Taiwan”.

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