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  • Writer's pictureBritney Heerten

Recycled Skyscraper in Australia

In Australia, the first up-cycled skyscraper was recently completed. The building didn’t simply undergo a typical renovation. An existing building known as the AMP Building was stripped down to only the structure, another building was grafted onto it, and then both were covered over with a matching facade. The building is now known as Quay Quarter Tower.

AMP Building before it was upcycled:

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