Squeezed skyscraper's base is so thin that it seems like it may fallSI love the newly city-approved Beach & Howe Tower in Vancouver, Canada, a gorgeous 54-story apartment building designed by Danish architects Bjarke Ingels Group. It gets extremely thin on its base to avoid a passing highway. From some angles, it looks like it may fall on its side. Enjoy the beautiful pictures.

Squeezed skyscraper's base is so thin that it seems like it may fallS

Squeezed skyscraper's base is so thin that it seems like it may fallS

Squeezed skyscraper's base is so thin that it seems like it may fallS

Squeezed skyscraper's base is so thin that it seems like it may fallS

Squeezed skyscraper's base is so thin that it seems like it may fallS

Squeezed skyscraper's base is so thin that it seems like it may fallS

Squeezed skyscraper's base is so thin that it seems like it may fallS

Squeezed skyscraper's base is so thin that it seems like it may fallS

A diagram showing its squeezed shape.

Squeezed skyscraper's base is so thin that it seems like it may fallS

Squeezed skyscraper's base is so thin that it seems like it may fallS