The building will be built around a greenery-filled courtyard described as 'an urban living room for the city'
The tower will sit between a natural lake, a 10,000-square-metre park and an urban area of the city
Renderings have been released of a new tower in China that has undoubtedly one of the most jaw-dropping designs on the planet.
The landmark O-Tower in Hangzhou - likened to an infinity loop by the designers, Bjarke Ingels Group (Big) - will be the R&D headquarters for China's biggest smartphone company, Oppo.
While the top floors of the building will be taken over exclusively by Oppo, the lower three floors will be open to the public. The highlight of this space will be a courtyard that's filled with greenery and described by its architects as 'an urban living room for the city'.