UTS's Broadway Tower to get facelift

12 February 2010

The University of Technology's (UTS) Broadway Tower, Sydney, Australia is to be given a new facade thanks to a new technology developed by architectural practice Laboratory for Visionary Architecture (LAVA). The 60s icon will get a much needed facelift in what LAVA director Chris Bosse called a 'reskinning' thanks to the "simple" and "easily constructed" Tower Skin developed by the company.
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