Thinking about an office space doesn't usually excite the senses, but the NYC-based spiral office tower by Bjarke Ingels Group plans to change that.

Developed by the Tishman Speyer firm, the 65-storey office tower will be situated in the Hudson Yards district - becoming a part of New York’s Hudson Yards district - with 2.85 million square feet of luxe-style office space.

Featuring a series of cascading lush green terraces, each storey offers sweeping views over Manhattan, Midtown, Central Park, the Financial District and of course the Hudson River. The building's spiral formation teamed with the classic NYC skyscraper and natural elements is sure to be one of the New York skyline's most unique new additions.

Take a look at Bjarke Ingels discussing his plans to bring green spaces to the city's metropolis below.

With more big ideas underway, be sure to peep Nike’s new expansion that will add 3.2 Million square feet of space to their Beaverton HQ.

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