Two towers become one in Australian architectural first

Two Brisbane skyscrapers are being stitched together to create a new ‘green’ building, the BBC has reported.

The BBC writes:

In what is believed to be an Australian architectural first, two 1970’s office towers in Brisbane’s city centre are getting a new lease of life.

In an environmentally driven project, the buildings are being stitched together instead of demolished, using innovative techniques, to create a singular modern address.

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