The building looks like a giant sand crawler, a fictional vehicle from the Star Wars movie. The building houses animation studios and the headquarters of ILM Singapore and Lucas Arts Singapore.
The design of this unique BMU incorporates a rack and pinion mechanism which enables it to work at an inclination of over 18 degrees. Like many of our BMUs made for one of a kind façades, this device is equipped with 350kg auxiliary hoist.
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New York (USA) – This 48-floor, glass-and-steel tower in Times Square reflects the slick aplomb of its eponymous, and largest, former tenant: Condé Nast.
Baku (Azerbaijan) – The new 170-meter tall building of the Ministry of Taxes is composed of five twisting cubes of different sizes standing on the podium levels.
Paris (France) – This contemporary design tower is the leading project of the La Défense district of Paris for 2014. The Tour Majunga, Paris’s second-tallest tower.