The conceptual Playscraper rises 90 metres (300 feet) into the sky and has 5,500 square metres (60,000 square feet) of playing space.
Each of the eight boxes in the concept is designed to have a stand-alone tennis court, with the narrow sides of the box featuring transparent walls to give the players views of the surrounding landscape.
The long sides, meanwhile, have electronic facades for streaming the game being played, or other digital content, to onlookers.
The courts in the proposal are stacked vertically using BSB's B-Core slab structure. B-Core slabs are prefabricated and consist of two stainless steel plates held together with an array of extremely thin core tubes.
BSB claims the construction of B-Core slab buildings is at least 10 times faster than the construction of regular buildings.