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Skyline: Istanbuls Hochhäuser und neue Projekte

Erstellt von Kejo, 01.05.2012, 17:42 Uhr · 88 Antworten · 26.390 Aufrufe

  1. #71

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    ISTANBUL THEMEPARK VIALAND







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    Selenium Mecidiyekoy Residences: 60 fl - App





    Varyap Meridian: 60 fl, 45 fl, 41 fl, 24 fl, 24 fl - U/C







    Landmarkk Tower: 212m / 52 fl - Demo







    Zorlu Plaza: 196m / 47 fl - Demo









    Rixos Residence Bomonty: 43 fl - U/C







    My Towerland: 160m & 130m / 41fl & 31 fl - U/C







    Mixed-Usage Building and Highrise: 40 fl - Pro







    Trump Towers: 155 m & 145 m / 39 fl & 37 fl - U/C







    Makyol Hotel Project - 30 fl - U/C







    Albaraka Türk Banking Headquarters: 21 fl - U/C







    The Marriott Courtyard Hotel: 11 fl - Completed





    ATK Shopping Center - UC







    GAD-designed music and arts centre opening to coincide with Istanbul’s ‘2010 European Capital of Culture’







    Anthill Residence: 2 x 210 m / 2 x 54 fl - U/C









    Diamond of Istanbul: 270m / 53 fl - On hold





    ATSHR Residence: 49 fl - Pro







    Ikon: 149m / 41 fl - U/C







    Ak-Asya: 40 fl - U/C







    Regnum Tower: 180m / 38 fl - Second Pro







    Buyaka: 23 fl x 3 / 22 fl - U/C







    Dumankaya Vizyon - 33 fl / 105m, 22fl, 18fl - U/C





    The FLEX: 19 fl - U/C







    Kapital Real Estate Office Tower: 17 fl - U/C





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    DAP Twisted Towers

    http://www.dapburgukule.com/main.html

    FLOORS: 19 fl
    HEIGHT: -







    Pictures taken by trlux:







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    Renaissance Business Center
    Istanbul, Turkey

    HEIGHT: 185 m
    FLOORS: 38 fl

    Renaissance Tower is located on the Asian side of Istanbul at the intersection of the two major highways that connect the continents. Due to efforts coordinated by the government, the Atasehir area is emerging into a financial center with all necessary infrastructures, as well as residential, retail and varied amenities to support a new world-class commercial development. At the center of this new prime location is the Renaissance Tower.

    A fusion of cultural response and sustainable concerns guided the design. Renaissance Tower’s chiseled massing takes cues from Ottoman geometric motifs and draws inspiration from surrounding local landforms. The tower rises from its base and meets the sky gracefully to redefine Istanbul’s skyline, and become a new symbol of the city.

    The tower is rotated 33 degrees for optimum solar control as determined through insolation modeling. A stippled golden scrim, tuned to the solar orientation, further reduces heat load. Together, these enable the incorporation of floor-to-ceiling glass while simultaneously achieving ambitious energy efficiency goals. A marriage of performance and ornament, this second skin coveys the spirit and aura of “The East”.

    The tower features a four-sided structural glazed unitized glass curtain wall with full-depth shadow boxes, cantilevered metal scrim that provides intermittent shading on three elevations, double height sky gardens with structural glass spanning members, and a hybrid glass wall at the podium. The design is environmentally-friendly, using technologies such as floor-to-ceiling insulating glass to contain heat and maximize natural light, and an automatic daylight dimming system. Facets of the curtain wall to the east, south, and west have been designed with a perforated sunscreen panels as part of a sustainable strategy.

    The unique asymmetric shape also gives the building a different appearance from every angle. Environmental emphasis is evident in green spaces laced through the tower. Three groupings of “sky-gardens” are strategically placed at key exposures. These two-story high gardens provide access to fresh air, a thermal buffer between the interior and exterior, and a respite for office workers. A larger exterior garden crowns the tower with a weave of planting and architectural elements. The base of the building is outfitted with varied features: a water garden reflects the tower and sky and a piazza provides a social focus. Taken together, these green spaces temper the insistent vertical stacking and hermetic environments often found in high-rise design.









    Pictures taken by hduru:




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    Ozdilek Plaza
    Istanbul, Turkey

    HEIGHT: -
    FLOORS: 38 fl / 37 fl
    COMPLETION: -
    ARCHITECT: B&H

    Click here for the Video!

    The location for this project called for a contemporary mixed-use complex to transform the constricted urban site into multi-layered development. Site geometry and the significant difference in levels between its eastern and western edge suggested the concept which was also inspired by the mountain river cascading between two hills. Two public plazas at opposite ends of the site are anchored by a 38-storey hotel/office tower and 37-storey condominium tower. A glazed skylit pedestrian circulation element meanders and bends like a river between the plazas, cascading down to a shopping area and effectively accommodating the difference in levels between the plazas.







    Monday May 20 2013; Pictures taken by myself



























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    HOMEPAGE: http://www.mallofistanbul.com.tr/moi/













    Pictures taken by KANKA:







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    HOMEPAGE: http://www.mallofistanbul.com.tr/moi/













    Pictures taken by KANKA:







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    Leopardus
    Istanbul, Turkey

    Homepage

    FLOORS: 48 fl
    ARCHITECT: Çamoğlu Mimarlık







    Ugur B.


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    Maslak 1453
    Istanbul, Turkey

    http://www.maslak1453.com/










    https://foursquare.com/user/47015272


    http://havadanemlakvideo.com/nerede/...uler-9305.html




  2. #72

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    die stampfen ja Hochhäuser aus dem Boden wie bei uns das gras wächst

  3. #73
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    Levent und Maslak schaut geil aus

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    DoI
    Diamond of Istanbul
    61 floors and ~270m

    U/C









    Maslak Cluster:clap:



    Diamond of Istanbul
    Basisdaten
    Ort: Istanbul, Türkei
    Bauzeit: 2003–2015
    Status: in Bau
    Architekt: Dome Architecture, Murat Yilmaz
    Technische Daten
    Höhe: 270 m
    Höhe bis zur Spitze: 280 m
    Höhe bis zum Dach: 280 m
    Etagen: 59
    Baustoff: Beton, Stahl, Glas
    Baukosten: 150.000.000 US-$



    Diamond of Istanbul

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    Jumeirah Maçka Hotel
    Istanbul, Turkey

    ARCHITECT: Emre Arolat

    Formation of the urban fabric in Nişantaşı-Teşvikiye district shares similar motivations with European cities that were developed at the same period. In the beginning of 20th century, the urban movements towards cities resulted in the need for high quality urban residences for the urban bourgeoisie. In Nişantaşı-Teşvikiye district, an urban fabric constituted of adjacent buildings which are up to 7-8 storey high created a modern urban space characterized by the notions of density and continuity. This fabric can be conceptualized as a structure that reigns whole district which has an architectural quality, created through the principles of proportion and order. The neighbourhood today, owned by the upper-middle class İstanbul elite, produces urban spaces which are also favored by city habitants of wide social backgrounds.

    The plot in which Maçka Hotel will be built, is one of the plots which constitutes this structure. The new building infills its plot and sustains principle of density and continuity. The mass of the building follows Neo-classical/Renaissance order of base-body-coronet which characterizes the existing urban fabric. The building adapts itself to daily uses: the base exposes itself to the ground level, accompanying the life on the street. It creates metasthasis of retail activity from Abdi İpekçi street to relatively calmer Maçka Street. The rooms in the body of the building are exposed to three different sides that circumscribe the plot. The coronet settles on the roof with a set back from the facade and the articulation of mass is completed.

    The main entrance of lobby faces Maçka Street. With an opening to Abdi İpekçi Street on the upper level, the lobby creates a passage between two streets. Articulating the lobby space to the daily life of Nişantaşı, this semi-restricted urban shortcut produces a restricted-public space of impermanent encounters between hotel visitors and domestic-upper-middle-class.

    The facade articulation of the building is affected by the contrast between Abdi İpekçi and Maçka Streets. Urban fabric at Abdi İpekçi side stands for the structure which the new building is mimetically dependant on. However, when it comes to facade, the mimetic behaviour diminishes and a strong manner of mediaton takes charge. Having spent adequate time with the “found” one, a kind of deep empathy grows, our existence becomes open to its affections. Only way of existance beside it is just when we can start being ourselves again. Vertical proportions of the openings on facade is the most dominant character in visual memory. Parts of facade occupied by each room is divided into three vertical parts, forming a vertically stretched and deepened grid to inherit the massive impact of the the “existing”. The fragments are widened where the room behind gets larger. By this way, the grid becomes heterogeneous. This facade is not an abstraction of the existing urban facade. It is rather an inner dialogue triggered by the tension between new and “found”.

    Feeling of containment in urban space, constituted by the début-de-siècle buildings that holds two sides of Abdi İpekci Street, melts into air when you turn the corner and feel the blowing of the wind coming through the Maçka Park. The never-ending rhytms of the building faces, the elegant proportions, which gives world its order, has gone, instead the primordial veird void in which the green valley has been created, starts to magnetize you. This park is a small bit of the huge urban park project of Prost that managed to survive today.

    The facade of the hotel that faces Maçka Valley is exposed to ‘nature’ –sun and wind- as well as the Istanbul scene which has been naturalised with the distance brought by the green gap in-between. It builds a perforated screen to protect itself from the south-east sun. The screen is fragmented into smaller louvres to let the visitors manipulate the screen. Thus, facade of Maçka Street becomes a “living facade”, a changing composition due to time of day, weather and user preferences. These louvres resemble the louvres in late Ottoman mansion along Bosphorus, which are opened and closed each and every day, like a part of a daily ritual. The pattern of screen is an exact replica of famous fences at Galata Bridge.

    The corner facing south is opened to Bosphorus view. Balconies surrounding the corner acts as a canopy for the storey below, protecting inner facade from the direct sunlight. The corner exists as a third species between two different facade.

    Facade of the building displays three different characters affected by the differantiaon of urban spaces surrounding the plot. Rooms placed inside the body of building, are mediated through this facade. Unlike the debut-de-siecle apartments where every part of facade references to one particular order, Macka Hotel unveils milder face of contemporary architecture which tends adaptation more easily.








    Pictures taken by eagle in sky:




    Four Winds Residence

    Four Winds Residence

    HEIGHT: 145 m
    FLOORS: 45 fl





    Pictures taken by BaybarsKirman:





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    ESAS Aeropark

    http://www.aeropark.com.tr/en/

    http://www.arkiv.com.tr/proje/esas-aeropark/2924

    Located in Kurtköy, one of the rising regions, home to Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, Aeropark is a mixed project which comprises office, retail and residential area. The Project, with a gross construction area of 55.000 sqm, leasable area of 28.000 sqm with 2.000 sqm street retail, was designed by Tabanlıoglu Architect. 15,000 sqm of the building, consisting of offices and flight simulator and training center, was leased by Pegasus Airlines (www.flypgs.com) and 16.000 sqm of offices was leased by Netas (www.netas.com.tr), Turkish leading telecommunication infrastructure provider. Pegasus HQ will be completed in June 2012, the project will be fully completed at the end of 2013.













  6. #76
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    Faco Tower
    Istanbul, Turkey


    HEIGHT: -
    FLOORS: -
    ARCHITECT: SOM

    İstanbul Tower, is being constructed by Zincir Yapı A.Ş. on Büyükdere Street which is the most prominent center of finance and work of İstanbul, on the estate of Turgut İlaçları A.Ş.. İstanbul Tower Levent is a special project that is strong enough to reach the sky from four sides while constituting different styles and having a slender silhouette.

    İstanbul Tower Levent is the second important project constructed by Zincir Yapı. The construction of İstanbul Tower Levent, is a first in Turkey because the core of the building, as well as its other carrier systems are designed as steel. Furthermore, the building that will possess the quality standard of “LEED Gold” is absolutely designed as nature-friendly and provident focused.

    The design which was chosen as result of the competition in which the outstanding architecture companies of world had joined, is a product of American SOM company. The project’s construction, which had been started in 2013, is planned to be completed in 2016.







    Picture taken by myself:


    https://500px.com/photo/90114193/lev...aroslav-segeda

















    Nidakule Levent Office Tower


    Nidakule Levent Office Tower
    Istanbul, Turkey

    HEIGHT: -
    FLOORS: 42 fl
    ARCHITECT: Tahincioglu

    Nidakule Levent is the A Plus office project, in Levent, which is one of the most preferred business districts in İstanbul, European Side.











    https://irs3.4sqi.net/img/general/wi...yiYs5-rt0M.jpg




    Ritim Istanbul

    Ritim Istanbul
    Istanbul, Turkey

    Dumankaya Ritim ?stanbul

    HEIGHT: -
    FLOORS: 39 fl, 36 fl, 34 fl, 18 fl & 9 fl







    https://500px.com/photo/95516743/sto...y-yigit-danaci






    Halk Bank Headquarter Buildings

    Halk Bank Headquarter Buildings
    Istanbul, Turkey

    PROPOSAL 1

    HEIGHT: -
    FLOORS: -
    ARCHITECT: Todd Halamka





    https://irs3.4sqi.net/img/general/wi...9x-eIKFsco.jpg




    Atasehir Park Towers
    Istanbul, Turkey

    http://architizer.com/projects/k-yap...r-park-towers/

    HEIGHT: -
    FLOORS: 46 fl
    ARCHITECT: 3XKO









    Atasehir Water Garden Projesi | Fly Tripod











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    Maslak 1453
    Istanbul, Turkey

    http://www.maslak1453.com/












    Picture taken by HRZMSH:

  7. #77
    Avatar von der skythe

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    Leck mich am Arsch,die Kanacken gehn ja voll ab.
    Die schwetzen nicht die bauen,Respekt.

  8. #78
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    Zitat Zitat von der skythe Beitrag anzeigen
    Leck mich am Arsch,die Kanacken gehn ja voll ab.
    Die schwetzen nicht die bauen,Respekt.
    whoop whoop


  9. #79

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    JaJaJa die Türkei und ein Armes Land das ich nicht lache wenn ich von einigen Tupisen höre das die Türkei zu den Armen der Welt gehören soll kann ich mich vor lachen nicht mehr halten sorry aber was für ein Dünnpfiff manche Leute von sich geben.Wenn die Türkei so Arm wäre würde man diese Projekte kaum verwirklichen vollpfosten sind das ohnr Bildung.

  10. #80
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    Torun Tower

    Torun Tower
    Istanbul, Turkey

    HEIGHT: 190 m
    FLOORS: 44 fl


    Torun Tower continues to rise in Esentepe, the centre of business world, as the only class A+ office project in the area. With 34 floors and an office area of 66,000 square meters on a land of 15 decares, Torun Tower will bring in the business world office options from 350 square meters to 1,000 square meters.
    With a distance as short as 10 m to Gayrettepe Metro Station, Torun Tower offers two different office types as tower and horizontal offices. The tower type office floor in the project will be the largest leasable tower office floor in Istanbul with an average area of 1,700 square meters. The two horizontal office floors formed according to garden and terrace concepts will involve offices from 800 to 1,900 square meters.
    Torun Tower which will be completed in the second quarter of 2014 will serve as leasable office area.






    Pictures taken by myself.













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    Quasar Istanbul

    Quasar Istanbul

    http://www.quasaristanbul.com/

    HEIGHT: -
    FLOORS: 40 fl
    ARCHITECT: -







    Pictures taken by Patrick Highrise:







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    Latest masterplan:

    http://www.csb.gov.tr/turkce/bakanfa...kbasin2465.jpg


    http://www.csb.gov.tr/turkce/bakanfa...kbasin2464.jpg


    http://www.csb.gov.tr/turkce/bakanfa...kbasin2468.jpg


    http://www.csb.gov.tr/turkce/bakanfa...kbasin2467.jpg


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