The world’s “best tall building” is Jean Nouvel’s high-rise jungle in Sydney

One Central Park in Sydney. The complex consists of two towers, one lower one taller. The lower tower has programmable mirrors (heliostat) on the roof which reflect up to the mirrors on the cantilever to reflect light dappled down into the plaza and shopping mall in the podium. (Rob Deutscher via Flickr)

One Central Park in Sydney. The complex consists of two towers, one lower one taller. The lower tower has programmable mirrors (heliostat) on the roof which reflect up to the mirrors on the cantilever to reflect light dappled down into the plaza and shopping mall in the podium. (Rob Deutscher via Flickr)

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) last night named Atelier Jean Nouvel‘s One Central Park (OCP) in Sydney the year’s best tall building. OCP turned the site of a former brewery into a residential high-rise lush with hydroponic hanging gardens and a massive mirror cantilevered over the building’s courtyard that harvests sunlight for heat and lighting year-round. Read More

Such Great Heights: CTBUH names world’s best tall buildings

One Central Park (Richard Braddish)

One Central Park (Richard Braddish)

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, the nonprofit arbiter on tall building design, has named its 2014 picks for best tall buildings. Among the winners are a twisting tower in Dubai, Portland’s greenest retrofit, and a veritable jungle of a high-rise.

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