Melbourne, Australia is about to get a "flawless" new addition to its skyline.
Just approved by the city's planning commission, a skyscraper known as the Premier Tower is set to rise in the city's central business district. And you won't believe where its architects found their inspiration: a Beyoncé video.
The media kit details the design's ability to "redistribute the building’s mass" before alluding to its aesthetic inspiration by saying, "We're going to trust you've seen the music video for Beyoncé's 'Ghost'?"
We first learned about the tower from the Creator's Project, but it's making its way around the web on everything from design blogs to fashion websites, thanks to the Beyoncé correlation.
Keep scrolling for a closer look at the building and its inspiration.
Here's a screenshot from the video that inspired the skyscraper's design.
The curves don't just increase the building's curb appeal, they're designed to maximize energy usage.
Elenberg Fraser, the architecture firm behind the project, describes the Premier Tower as a vertical cantilever, which offers "the best results in terms of structural dispersion, frequency oscillation, and wind requirements."
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