Dutch architectural firm ArchitectenConsort designed the stunning GT Tower, which makes a dramatic addition to the Seoul, South Korea skyline. The 130-metre-high building features an undulating glass façade, which appears to change its form when passing by the building. Inside, the GT Tower has 54,000 square meters of floors space and will feature office spaces as well as room for commercial and cultural uses. A parking facility is also on-site. Sustainability was also an important concern of ArchitectenConsort, and the tower features solar panels for generating power, a well-insulated façade, and innovative use of natural light and ventilation to provide an optimal working environment. A “sunken plaza” in the entry area of the building was also devised to provide a pleasant area to relax, as it’s sheltered from wind and street noise.