Mark Foster Gage Unveils Conceptual NYC Skyscraper
Posted on December 10 2015
Architect Mark Foster Gage just unveiled his conceptual plans for a sculptural 102-storey residential building in New York City. The complex, which features views of Central Park and the city skyline, makes a huge statement with its ornate designs - ranging from gears and propellers to an abstract pair of birds diving in for a landing on two wing-supported balconies. The tower is topped by a temple-like observational platform which is crowned by a golden wreath-like structure fit for a victorious Roman general. Check out the video above for a look at the entire building and scroll down for conceptual images of the skyscraper.