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Skyline: Istanbuls Hochhäuser und neue Projekte

Erstellt von Kejo, 01.05.2012, 17:42 Uhr · 88 Antworten · 26.368 Aufrufe

  1. #81
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    Soyak Plaza

    Soyak Plaza
    Istanbul, Turkey


    HEIGHT: 160 m
    FLOORS: 35 floors
    ARCHITECT: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners

    Preparation work is underway for a new project to be located in the Turkish city of Istanbul. The project is being built to be the new headquarters for the Soyak Corporation and will be named the Soyak Plaza with its main centre-piece, a 160 metre tower.

    The tower is the work of New York based architects Pei Cobb Freed and Partners. When viewed from the front rises from a square shaped base with an off set podium section, and as it rises it tapers inwards into an almost pyramid like shape before tapering backwards to its peak with asymmetric, sheer facades.

    The facades will be fully glazed in two toned glazing which runs in horizontal bands around the tower. The eight storey podium section is partially sunk underground with the above surface portion glazed the same as the tower, this will feature open courtyards. In contrast the top of the tower will feature a 28 metre tall enclosed roof garden which will offer a relaxing place to hang out and give great views of the city below.

    With recent seismic events in mind the company insisted the tower be capable of being operational after a major event, the design team employed a technique known as Performance Based Design to enable the tower to withstand a major quake, take an amount of damage in limited, defined zones but still allow for continued occupancy after the event with minimal fuss.

    This technique is commonly used on regular buildings but applying the principles to a building with the geometric complexities involved in this tower is somewhat unusual.

    The tower will house premium office space along with internal courtyards and winter gardens, the below ground portion will house parking spaces.

    Soyak Kristal Kule








  2. #82
    onrbey
    Ich muss sagen dass mich die ungleichmäßige Verteilung der Wolkenkratzer in Istanbul stört. In Ankara hat man das deutlich besser hinbekommen.

  3. #83
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    Zitat Zitat von onrbey Beitrag anzeigen
    Ich muss sagen dass mich die ungleichmäßige Verteilung der Wolkenkratzer in Istanbul stört. In Ankara hat man das deutlich besser hinbekommen.
    Downtown Istanbul (asiatische seite)



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    Maslak No:1 Commercial Center
    Istanbul, Turkey


    http://maslakno1.com/eng/default.asp

    HEIGHT: -
    FLOORS: 28 floors
    COMPLETION: -
    ARCHITECT: Emre Arolat

    The project prepared for the office building that is to be situated on the Mecidiyeköy-Maslak axis, near the Istinye junction, where Turkey’s foreign capital takes its most visible form, was conditioned by the tension that came out of the density of its environs, and the tight space allocated. It was the clients' wish that the construction would be a prestigious building, just like all the other surrounding structures which meant to be prominent, but instead give the impression of having been developed with no certain rule, plan or order.

    Apart from the other projects along the Büyükdere Avenue, which is the main business district of Istanbul, Maslak No.1 Office Tower was designed to enrich the quality of the typical office space by vertical gardens. In order to accomplish that, a rational office block which was planned over a rational 8.25 x 8.25 m grid, enveloped with a free formed glazing system. The envelope, acting as a secondary facade in south and west directions, is detached from the building up to 17 meters wide letting vertical gardens in 20 meters high. The space in-between two facades was considered as a buffer both for the acoustical and the climatic sense.

    The curvilinear plan of the facade formed by the 150x200 cm rectangular modules was designed regarding the perception from the highway. The facade was considered as a silicon glazing system having a translucent film layer over it. The opacity of the film layer diverse, up to the orientation of the curvilinear facade; on southern façade a less transparent pattern was chosen; however in north, almost a transparent film was used.











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    NEF Offices Levent 03

    HEIGHT: -
    FLOORS: -
    ARCHITECT: NEF

    The architectural adviser for this project is the world-famous HOK architectural group which, since 1955, has received many awards for the projects it has carried out and which was, furthermore, the designer behind London’s new Wembley Stadium. Nef Levent Offices 03 is under construction right next to İstanbul’s business centre, the Kanyon Shopping Mall, in Levent. The building’s modern design is completed with traditional Anatolian architectural features and its external façade is being worked on by an international sculpture artist. Our architects, which come from five of the most globally-respected architectural offices; SOM, RMJM, Fx Fowle, Audrey Matlock and HOK, as well as our country’s premier architectural groups, were selected through an international competition. Construction on the project is currently ongoing.






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    Ak-Asya Shopping Center and Tower
    Istanbul, Turkey

    www.ak-asya.com/

    FLOORS: 55 fl
    HEIGHT: 173m
    ARCHITECT: -









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    Kuriş Plaza

    http://kuris.co/plaza.html

    HEIGHT: 110m
    FLOORS: 29fl






    Apartman 18

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  4. #84
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    Kartal Tower
    Istanbul, Turkey

    Kartal Kule

    HEIGHT: 115m
    FLOORS: 23 fl





    Pictures taken by taskula:



    NEF kagithane 03

    NEF Ka??thane 03 | NEF Gayrimenkul














    Torun Tower
    Istanbul, Turkey

    HEIGHT: 153 m
    FLOORS: 35 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.









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    Levent 199
    Istanbul, Turkey

    HEIGHT: 170m
    FLOORS: 42 floors
    CONSTRUCTION START: 2010
    ARCHITECT: Tabanlioglu Architects

    www.tabanlioglu.com.tr

    Thus multi-storey, high-rise office tower is located in the financial district of Istanbul, housing several of the world’s top financial institutions and other service sector leaders.

    The complex consists of a 196-metre, major office tower with 47 office floors and garden; offices at floors 2 to 4 being the back wing at street level and below grade, relevant to the contours and backward sloping of the property.

    The positioning of the masses naturally introduces 3 interior courts by uplifting the low-rise section and due to the elevation difference of the land. The terraced slope is encircled by garden-offices which have visual access both to the street and the patios.

    The form of the tower with two telescoped blocks maximises the amount of perimeter; the structure gives a more fragile impression then one thick standard block and gains more rooms with a view that is supported by glass use on the façade where convenient, not having a massive surface.

    Indentations in geometric forms differentiate the four communal areas separating 5 different office zones; there are meeting rooms, maintenance facilities and interior gardens at each notch born out of the intersection of the two blocks. Fritted glass applied at the office levels for sun control also designates the office zones, whereas sheer glass is used at the common areas. Each buffer zone is composed of 2 storeys and a mezzanine. Beside its transparency, the movement on the façade refers to interior functions that make the building genuine and legible from afar. Due to angled façades and forms, the building gives distinct impressions at different perspectives.

    Compartments of the low-rise, like the tail of the office block, comprise a zig-zag shaped long main block and 3 smaller blocks connected to each other via bridges. Their irregular forms punctuate the vivid movement of the ground in horizontal term. The roof of these units is designed as green landscape areas. The structural diversity reflects on the positioning of the social areas, like cafes and inner gardens, in the patios sheltered by the pendent console above them. Green zones at courtyards provide a warm, natural and authentic atmosphere at the lower levels and create a view for the high-rise above. Being the main entrance, the transparent entrance box is formed on Büyükdere Street, as the prolongation of the low-rise behind the tower.

    A contribution to the developing architectural vocabulary of the Boulevard, ultimately the iconic skyscraper is a powerful yet modest statement of corporate power.







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    Nurol Tower
    Istanbul, Turkey

    Homepage

    HEIGHT: 142 m
    FLOORS: 35 fl

    Nurol Tower rises at the heart of this town with its unique design and independent units with different sizes creating a brand new world on its own ground, a LEED Gold nominee, environment friendly world.

    LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is an internationally recognized green building certification system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Nurol Tower matches all the requirements of the LEED Gold certificate with its ecological practices. Thus, Nurol Tower aims to be 40% more efficient in energy saving compared to its competitors. Also, all material used in its construction has been selected from materials with no harm on human health.

    Nurol Tower is a friend of the earth, not only in its construction principles but in all its practices.

    Nurol Tower Bazaar will make your daily life easier with its shops, restaurants and cafés. The two-story boutique mall covering 6000 square meters offers a selection of 36 shops to meet and welcome your daily entire needs.







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    Brooklyn Park

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    iTower
    Istanbul, Turkey

    Click here for the video!

    HEIGHT: 110 m
    FLOORS: 30 fl
    ARCHITECT: Sinpas
    HOMEPAGE: iTower Bomonti | Yeni Ofis Konsepti




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    Dudullu OSB
    Istanbul, Turkey

    HEIGHT: 250 m
    FLOORS: -
    ARCHITECT: Ergun Architects






















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    Mira Marina Hotel, Residence and Shopping Center

    HEIGHT: 122m, 2 x 89m
    FLOORS: -
    ARCHITECT: delta







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    Çiftçi Towers
    Istanbul, Turkey

    Ana Sayfa | Çiftçi Towers

    HEIGHT: 180m
    FLOORS: 2 x 45 fl
    ARCHITECT: -

    The Çiftçi Towers Project which we are a partner of, consists of two towers, each with 10 floors underground and 45 above ground, built on a base of 25,000 m², located in Zincirlikuyu, the most valuable site in İstanbul, over a total construction site of 292,000 m². Our project incorporates a parking space of approximately 2,500 vehicles, residential area of 84,000 m², office area of 10,000 m², shopping center area of 68,000 m², as well as depot and technical floors. The design of the project is performed by John McAslan, a British architect. The facades will be covered with aluminum and terracotta panel systems. Heating and cooling will be provided with central systems of fan coils.











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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.
















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    Şişhane Park and Car Park

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  5. #85
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    Unglaublich,sie schaffen es wirklich in diesen schwierigen Zeiten das Land weiterhin zu modernisieren.
    Man kann über diese Regierung sagen was man will,sie erschaffen wirklich etwas.

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    Radisson Blu Hotel Sisli


    Radisson Blu Hotel Sisli



    Hotel in Sisli, Istanbul. Radisson Blu Hotel, Istanbul Sisli


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    Atasehir Park Towers
    Istanbul, Turkey

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

    HEIGHT: -
    FLOORS: 46 fl
    ARCHITECT: 3XKO









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    Levent Life Office
    Istanbu, Turkey

    http://www.leventlifeoffice.com/

    HEIGHT: 80 m
    FLOORS: 24 fl
    ARCHITECT: -











    Picture taken by BaybarsKirman:



    Cercle D'orient Reconstruction





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    Çukurova Tower

    http://www.cukurovatower.com/

    HEIGHT: 126 m
    FLOORS: 36 fl
    ARCHITECT: -





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    Lasagrada Hotel

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    Kapital Tower

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    Bomonti Time Residence | BOMONTİ | 52 fl | 195m













    Torun Center
    Istanbul, Turkey

    http://www.toruncenter.com/

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    FLOORS: 43 fl, 43 fl & 39 fl





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  7. #87
    Amarok
    Zitat Zitat von der skythe Beitrag anzeigen
    Unglaublich,sie schaffen es wirklich in diesen schwierigen Zeiten das Land weiterhin zu modernisieren.
    Man kann über diese Regierung sagen was man will,sie erschaffen wirklich etwas.
    Mein Problem damit ist lediglich, dass sie diese Maßnahmen nur in Istanbul vornehmen und nicht im ganzen Land. Damit die Türkei von vorne bis hinten stabil ist müssen wir das gesamte Land sanieren und nicht Istanbul.

  8. #88
    Amarok
    Zitat Zitat von Amarok Beitrag anzeigen
    Mein Problem damit ist lediglich, dass sie diese Maßnahmen nur in Istanbul vornehmen und nicht im ganzen Land. Damit die Türkei von vorne bis hinten stabil ist müssen wir das gesamte Land sanieren und nicht Istanbul.
    Es ist zudem nicht nur das Bauen sondern auch die Menschen darein kriegen. Ich verstehe nicht wer in solchen Wolkenkratzern leben soll das Türkische Volk mit Sicherheit nicht denn wir haben nur Bruchteil von Reichen Menschen im Land die sich solche Aussichten leisten können. Teilweise sind das ja ganze Plazas und Resorts für super Reiche wobei nicht im Stil von Abu Dhabi. Diese Projekte sind teilweise und ich hab zwar gut 55% überflogen aber das was ich gesehen habe und überflogen haben sind meist wirklich Plätze wo ich mich frage wie willst du da einen mittelstands Türken reinkriegen. Das ist doch alles bescheuert.

    Solche Gebäude lohnen sich teilweise auch nur in Istanbuls Wirtschaftszentrum/Finanzviertel Levent. Wolkenkratzer wegen des kratzers wegen so meine Meinung. Sowas hätte ich anstatt in Istanbul auch mal in Ankara, Antalya, Bursa, Eskisehir, Sivas, Trabzon oder auch meinetwegen in Diyarbakir.

    Wenn ich mir die Türkei ansehe bräuchte man nur Istanbul erobern oder angreifen und die ganze Türkei stürzt in einem totalen Chaos, weil dort allein 15 Mille Menschen leben sprich gut fast 1/4 der Bevölkerung. Also ich find irgendwann ist auch gut, da sollte der Staat auch mal einen Strich ziehen und sagen wir haben hier keine Plätze mehr für euch. So bleibt zwar Istanbul modern und Hip aber der Rest verweilt immer noch so wie er vor 10 Jahren war.

    Tokat ist zwar nicht die größte und prächtigste Stadt aber fuck da steht genau neben dem neuen Wohnblock immer noch der alte fucking Wohnblock der verdammt nochmal abgebrannt ist und keiner fühlt sich dafür zuständig und das seid gut 10 Jahren!

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    Amarok, du hast einfach nur recht, genauso ist es in Prishtina (Nur nicht so Brutal wie in Istanbul) dort entstehen neue Finanzvirtel und unzählige Wohnblocks, neue luxusresarvoirs und vieles mehr,und das in einem der ärmsten Länder Europas! Sowas isz einfach nur unnötig. Es ist auch bei uns so,dass nur in einer Stadt investiert wird und nur diese Stadt aufgebaut wird,der Rest wird vergessen!

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