Italian architect Renzo Piano has designed a pair of residential high-rises for Sydney’s $4.5 billion rejuvenation project, Dezeen reports.
These two skyscrapers, named One Sydney Harbour, were the final contributions to the site master plan confirmed by developer Lend Lease. Other architects who’s designs may be used for the waterfront complex are Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Wilkinson Eyre. The plans have now been submitted to the New South Wales planning department for approval.
If the entire development is approved, One Sydney Harbour will be Piano’s second project in Australia, after the mixed-use Aurora Place complex completed next to Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens in 200.
Read more about the harbor overhaul project at Dezeen.