Skyland Towers Istanbul

Architects:
Tago Architects, Istanbul/Turkey

Planning time:

2011 – 2014
Construction time:
2013 – 2016

Services rendered by Werner Sobek:
Façade planning

Client:
Eroglu Gayrimenkul Gelistirme ve Yatirim A.S.

Rendering:
Tago Architects, Istanbul/Turkey

The project Skyland Towers is located in Istanbul, Turkey. The building complex with its three towers is a multi-storey mixed use development. Two towers reach a height of 293.1 m each – one of these towers is for residential use, the other for office spaces. The third tower is 179.1 m high and will be used as a hotel. The façade of all three towers is engineered by Werner Sobek. The aim is to create a highly efficient façade having a minimum impact on natural resources while offering a maximum of comfort to the users. Regional products and availability as well as resources are considered to help keeping expenses at a minimum. Once completed, the Skyland Towers will be the tallest skyscrapers in Turkey.

 

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