Located not far from Toronto, in Mississauga, Canada, Absolute Towers (2006–2012) is MAD Architects' statement on a new era of urban living. A landmark for the growing city, the towers feature an unusual twisting form, the result of floor plans rotated around the building's central core. This sinuous silhouette—where the spaces between buildings are as dynamic as the structures themselves—has earned the building the nickname the "Marilyn Monroe Towers."

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